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Varteg Hill (Powys, Wales) DAB transmitter

sa_gmapsGoogle mapsa_bingBing mapsa_gearthGoogle Earthsa_gps51.755,-3.775 or 51°45'17"N 3°46'29"W


Are there any planned engineering works or unexpected transmitter faults on the Varteg Hill (Powys, Wales) mast?

No problems on any service. BBC


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Comments
Monday, 24 August 2015
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Mike Higgins
5:37 PM

Why are you still saying on this page that the outage problems were only up until 18:00 on Saturday, 22nd, when the transmitter is still giving problems, as confirmed by your chap in Belfast this morning ? ( Monday 24th August )

What is the point of this website, if it doesn't give up to date and accurate information ? Its either right of its wrong, and at the moment its wrong !

When can we expect the Varteg Transmitter to be fully functional again please !

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Mike Higgins's 1 post GB
Tuesday, 25 August 2015
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MikeP
8:41 AM

Mike Higgins:
This website is nothing to do with the broadcasters, it is entirely independent of them. Therefore it is also reliant on the information made available from the responsible operator regarding status of transmitters and any engineering or maintenance work at them.

It seems that many problems relating to loss of some channels occur after some engineering work has been completed. There could be many reasons for that, such as an increase in output giving some viewers too much signal and hence loss of some services (check whether your TV has a signal strength display, it should be around 70% or so but not 100% as that is far too strong. See Freeview signals: too much of a good thing is bad for you There could be other reasons including aerial problems.

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MikeP's 215 posts Silver Silver GB
Friday, 27 November 2015
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Perry
11:18 AM

Mike Higgins: It is all very well, to tell us that its off, we know that because we cannot receive anything other than commercial programmes. The important thing is, when will it be back?

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Perry's 2 posts GB
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MikeP
4:00 PM Trowbridge

Perry and Mike Higgins:

We really do need a post code (or that of a close by public building or shop) so we can look up which transmitter you should be using and hence determine if there are any engineering works ongoing or maybe some other reason.

Bear in mind that this website is totally independent of any broadcaster and the transmitter operator. As such, we contributors are as much reliant on the information available from the broadcaster and/or operator.


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MikeP's 215 posts Silver Silver GB
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