How can I find my nearest TV transmitter?

How can I find my nearest TV transmitter?

Move your TV aerial to the highest point possible and close to a window, and you will probably see drastic improvement! Check the aerial of the neighbors to get the right direction towards the nearest TV transmitter.

What channels does Winter Hill transmitter on?


Frequency UHF Service
615.25 MHz 39 Channel M
687.25 MHz 48 Channel 5
743.25 MHz 55 BBC One
775.25 MHz 59 ITV Granada

Which direction do I point my TV aerial?

When up with the TV antenna, simply point it in the direction of the television transmitter mast. Obviously, this required the TV transmitter mast to be visible, but if not, it is often possible to align the antenna in the same direction as other local antennas.

Is Pontop Pike still transmitting?

Analogue television from Pontop Pike has now ceased permanently. BBC Two analogue was switched off on 12 September 2012 and the remaining three on 26 September 2012. Pontop Pike did not transmit analogue Channel 5. Instead it was transmitted from Burnhope on UHF 68.

Where is Ridge Hill TV transmitter?

The Ridge Hill transmitting station is a broadcasting and telecommunications facility located 8.5 miles SE of Hereford in Herefordshire, and close to the border of Gloucestershire.

Will an indoor aerial work in my area?

Will An Indoor TV Aerial Work In My Area? It depends. For an indoor aerial to be enough, you need good reception in your house. And for the best indoor TV reception, you need a transmitter that’s close by – preferably less than 15 miles away from you.

Where is the Black Hill TV transmitter?

North Lanarkshire
The Black Hill transmitting station is a facility for FM and TV broadcasting at Black Hill (grid reference NS828647), on Duntilland Road, Salsburgh, North Lanarkshire, Scotland which is near the town of Airdrie.

What is the frequency for Freeview channels?

Digital TV (Freeview) Frequencies – 470Mhz – 800Mhz (Future 700Mhz) With regards to TV aerial reception for digital TV services is 470-850Mhz.

Are there any problem with Winter Hill transmitter?

This transmitter has no current reported problems The BBC and Digital UK report there are no faults or engineering work on the Winter Hill (Bolton, England) transmitter.

What is wrong with the Winter Hill BBC transmitter?

The bright green areas shown where the signal from this transmitter is strong, dark green areas are poorer signals. Those parts shown in yellow may have interference on the same frequency from other masts. The BBC and Digital UK report there are no faults or engineering work on the Winter Hill (Bolton, England) transmitter.

Where is the TV transmitter on Winter Hill?

Winter Hill TV transmitter with the cairn (visible from the railway and the M61) in the foreground. Note the other communication transmitters present on this piece of high ground. See Winter Hill’s height in relation to other transmitters. The cairn (“Two Lads”? ) is apparently Saxon.

Are there any faults with the Winter Hill Freeview transmitter?

The BBC and Digital UK report there are no faults or engineering work on the Winter Hill (Bolton, England) transmitter. Which Freeview channels does the Winter Hill transmitter broadcast? If you have any kind of Freeview fault, follow this Freeview reset procedure first.

What is the best log for Winter Hill?

For Winter Hill we recommend the DM log or Yagi10K for strong signal areas, the Log36 or Yagi 18K for medium signal areas, the Yagi18A* for outside installs in poor signal areas, the XB10A* for loft installations in poor signal areas, and the XB16A* for those with the most marginal signals.