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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 29788 19-Jan-2009 16:33
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Hi!

can anyone please advise if DVB-T reception is possible in Waima area (Auckland), preferrably right on Waima Cres?




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  Reply # 190819 20-Jan-2009 15:58
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aucklander: can anyone please advise if DVB-T reception is possible in Waima area (Auckland), preferrably right on Waima Cres?
Given the proximity of the Waiatarua transmitter I would have thought the chances of receiving Freeview|HD were quite good. The Freeview coverage check says that Freeview|HD reception is Likely with a high aerial.



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  Reply # 190826 20-Jan-2009 16:40
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Thanks for the link, I did not know about that feature.
What do you think they mean by "high aerial"? How high?




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