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# 100570 13-Apr-2012 16:34
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Im in Howick and can only get a signal from Waiheke.  I just want to confirm if its transmitted HOZ or VERT

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  # 608883 13-Apr-2012 17:52
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It's neither Vertical or Horizontal polarity because there isn't a transmitter on Waiheke Island

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  # 608899 13-Apr-2012 18:30
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sbiddle: It's neither Vertical or Horizontal polarity because there isn't a transmitter on Waiheke Island


Oh yeah? http://freeviewnz.tv/userfiles/pdfs/Waiheke_Standalone_Freeview.pdf

 
 
 
 


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  # 608921 13-Apr-2012 19:06
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Actually they do a low power infill on Waiheke that should reach some Eastern Suburbs.

It is Vertical like Sky Tower etc.

You can pull down the coverage map from here - http://www.freeviewnz.tv/coverage.aspx




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  # 608927 13-Apr-2012 19:10
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Ahh I stand corrected, I didn't realise they had deployed a site there as part of the 87% coverage deployment.



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  # 609255 14-Apr-2012 13:24
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Thanks for that - according to my TV I get only 59% signal strength connected straight to the aerial ? to boost the signal would you recommend a masthead amp or can you use those splitter amps?

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