Mobile phone operators are now rolling out 4G networks across the UK to provide super-fast wireless broadband. The 800 MHz frequencies used by some 4G services are next to the frequencies used for Freeview. There is a small chance this may cause disruption to Freeview services.
Typical symptoms include a loss of sound, pixelated images or loss of some or all Freeview channels. Cable and satellite TV services are very unlikely to be affected.
at800 may send postcards to addresses in South Ayrshire and South Hams explaining there is a small chance that viewers may experience some disruption to their Freeview reception when 800 MHz masts go live.
Congratulations to Uprise Electrical Ltd on their new membership with CAI Ltd holding membership number C.1831. Full company information can be found on the following link, http://tinyurl.com/ndsjtoz.
We wish Darren and the Uprise Electrical Ltd team in Surrey all the very best for the future with their new membership.
The updated Local TV mux slide reflects:
After a near 2 years absence, Local TV returned to Northern Ireland today at 6pm, when NVTV took to the airwaves of the Greater Belfast area.
NVTV was one of the few that broadcasted in analogue prior to digital switchover.