Map of all DAB transmittersYou 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 Lincolnshire, EnglandTransmitters that are in areas that border Lincolnshire, England are shown with a grey background.
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What do the map symbols mean?DAB radio transmitter, DAB transmitter coming.
Friday, 7 January 2022
Well, I know you've asked this several times, but there is no specific information except one source says a mast was promised back in 2004!!
The only thing in the future is "Small Scale Licences" , where OFCOM will be advertising for a licence for the Dunfermline and Kinross area in a future round (TBD - sometime after Round Three which hasn't been advertsied yet, was initially going to be Q4 2021 !).
That said you are surrounded by masts, although Kirkton Mailer just south of Perth doesn't have the BBC National multiplex Block 12B: 225.648 MHz, the others do and you are predicted to get good reception of 12B from them all.
All of them also have the D1 multiplex on Block 12A: 223.936MHz. They are -
Craigkelly (nearest), to your ~SSE, Angus to your ~NE, Earls Hill to your ~WSW, Kirk O'Shotts to your ~SW).
Of those latter 4, the first two have the SDL multiplex on Block 11A: 216.928 MHz.
Angus has a Local multiplex on Block 11B: 218.640 MHz, the other three should have a Regional mux on Block 11D: 222.064 MHz.
I can't find any decent predictions for the Commercial National muxes, but from the masts that have the BBC National 12B, I would hope you'd get the commercial muxes as well, but not necessarily the Local ones.
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