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Selkirk (The Scottish Borders, Scotland) DAB transmitter
This transmitter has no current reported problems
The BBC and Digital UK report there are no faults or engineering work on the Selkirk (The Scottish Borders, Scotland) transmitter.
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Selkirk DAB transmitter D1 National 12A at 10000W
, BBC National DAB 12B at 10000W
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Friday, 30 September 2016
Monday, 10 October 2016
Selkirk transmitter will change broadcasting frequencies in 2020. All current channels will move to 22, 25 and 28 other 3 are 41,44 and 47. The three in the forties are same as three transmitted from Chatton transmitter in North Northumberland which I have tuned into. Will there be any cross interference which will affect the reception of these frequencies when change over takes place. I know that current Selkirk transmitter aerials are to be replaced with ones suitable for new frequencies.
Brian Stanley's 3 posts
Your comment please
Brian Stanley: There will be frequency changes across most transmitters in the country starting from next year although Ofcom haven't published any new frequency allocations for DTT transmitters yet as far as I'm aware. There seems little point speculating about what interference may be caused between two overlapping transmitters when final frequency allocations are not yet known.
StevensOnln1's 249 posts