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Topic # 113648 23-Jan-2013 11:00
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Can anybody point me to a list of grid references of digital TV transmission towers.
I'm particularly interested in the location of the Haywards transmitter.
This is to check the line of sight from our rural location in Moonshine Valley using Google Earth.
Coverage maps don't help with this for us.

Cheers

Ron


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  Reply # 749409 23-Jan-2013 11:11
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Hi,

to find locations of any radio transmitter in the country, please go the RSM homepage and click on the smart tab on the top right hand side. Search under "search licences" and for Haywards, you can just use "Haywards" as the transmit location.

Should you want to find locations by channel number, for DTT services, you can use one of the DTV channels to find out where each one is, or by the Management right for all DTT services in the country - 267, 195 and 213should pick up all DTT services in the country

regards

RSPP 




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  Reply # 749516 23-Jan-2013 13:03
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Thanks for the very quick reply, resolving the problem, with such impossibly obscure information that I would never have found without your help. Appreciated. Laughing

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