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Map of all DAB transmitters

You can click on a transmitter group symbol to see all the masts in that county or area, or click on a single transmitter to see the coverage area. Due to the large number of radio transmitters, many have been grouped into counties or administrative areas for ease of viewing.

Showing transmitters in Gwynedd, Wales

Transmitters that are in areas that border Gwynedd, Wales are shown with a grey background.

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What do the map symbols mean?

 DAB radio transmitter,  DAB transmitter coming,  DAB coming (out of area),  DAB transmitter (out of area).

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Thursday, 21 September 2017
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nicholas
10:58 PM

I see many people have problems with their fview boxes,i have found if you switch them on/off for a second it seems to stop the freezing,when my humax starts freezing,an on/off cures it till the next time,n...

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StevensOnln1
11:00 PM

Robert: Going by the coverage maps for your location, pointing your aerial towards Crystal Palace (55 degree compass bearing) should give you all 3 national muxes (BBC, D1 & SDL) along with Surrey and all 3 London muxes.

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StevensOnln1's 1,267 posts Gold Gold GB
Friday, 22 September 2017
MikeP
5:17 PM

Nicholas:

Switching off and back on quickly runs the risk of damaging the electronics inside the box. If you have a 'stuck' box it is best to turn it off and unplug the mains supply for at least 5 minutes. Then plug back in again and wait for the internal system to reset, another 5 minutes is recommended. Then turn the box on again and hopefully all will be well, unless there is a fault in the box.



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nicholas
6:17 PM

MikeP: When i said,on/off it was assumed that people use their brain and leave as you say five minutes,DO I HAVE to explain things to the nineth degree.In my area,there are power supply breaks which indeed are quick,no damage so far,although i am aware that boxes can be damaged,n...................

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nicholas's 104 posts Silver Silver GB
Tuesday, 26 September 2017
MikeP
5:01 PM

Nicholas:

In electronics it is essential to fully stated clearly exactly what you do or did. You did not say anything about leaving the equipmenty switched off fo several minutes and as many non-technical people do just that I was trying to save you money to replace a damaged box. So Yes, you do have to state everything.

Have you checked with your immediate neighbours whether thay have the same problem? Have you checked which multiplexes your are trying to receive are the ones from the correct transmitter?



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MikeP's 1,804 posts Gold Gold GB
Wednesday, 27 September 2017
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nicholas
9:46 PM

MikeP: it is called common sense really,where i live,the only tx is oxford,theres some signal from hannington,but really oxford is sufficent,it seems theres a lot of multipath reception dragging down the quality but as the signal strength is high,the copper dipole is more than adequate,one just moves it around,i'm more interested in radio reception,n...........

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nicholas's 104 posts Silver Silver GB
Friday, 29 September 2017
MikeP
8:52 AM

Nicholas:

A great many do not know much about TV and Radio transmission and reception, hence the need to spell out the detail. If you do know, you should have said.

If you are experiewncing significant multipath reception you need a more directional aerial to eliminate the extraneous unwanted paths. A simple dipole will not do that as you should know.



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MikeP's 1,804 posts Gold Gold GB
Wednesday, 3 January 2018
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Geoff Mitchell
9:58 AM Elgin

Further to my last post I DO NOT HAVE A TELEVISION IV30 5SW

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MikeP
11:36 PM

Geoff Mitchell:

Please see the answer given by StevensOnln1 following your last posting at Knockmore (Moray, Scotland) DAB transmitter

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Wednesday, 21 February 2018
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Nedbod
8:50 PM

I cannot believe how many DAB radio stations are now (some 19 years after I bought my first DAB/FM/AM tuner - which is still working fine) in MONO with a very poor quality bit rate indeed. Absolute Radio which took over from Virgin Radio (which now has its own VERY LOW BIT RATE DAB channel again) has three stations in my area all going out in MONO with a low bit rate for a music channel all at 80 kbps !! All with very poor quality squelchy sound that I personally find very hard to listen to. BBC Radio 5 LIVE broadcasts in stereo at great expense to the nation but can only be heard in stereo on BBC Radio Cymru FM & DAB (128 kbps quality) from 01:00am to 05:30am and on most BBC Local Radio Stations (also with 128 kbps quality) from 01:00am to 05:00am most days. On its own Network, even online and on Digital TV it is in MONO for some bizarre reason. How do the BBC and commercial broadcasters expect DAB to really take off, when FM still offers a much higher quality alternative, especially in areas of good FM reception. FM does not lose its signal in remote areas or on the coast even if it is a little hissier, indeed by car radio often retunes to FM when the DAB signal drops out.

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