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  Reply # 485732 25-Jun-2011 12:26
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Invercargill was up for a bit on Thursday evening and then went down. It resumed around 9am yesterday morning and was up for the entire day and has just, in the last half hour, gone down again.

The only thing that was able to be picked up during the testing was the carrier. No picture or audio was present.

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Reply # 485867 25-Jun-2011 19:21
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any news on taranaki?

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  Reply # 485908 25-Jun-2011 21:43
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Invercargills back up.. how ever still no picture or sound

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  Reply # 485909 25-Jun-2011 22:08
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aaronr76: any news on taranaki?


Taranaki is still around a month away as it's the only contract that was given to Kordia.

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  Reply # 485910 25-Jun-2011 22:17
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bjorn: Invercargills back up.. how ever still no picture or sound


If you notice only the TV Works and TVNZ carriers are up. JDA's one on UHF36 isn't there.

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  Reply # 485928 26-Jun-2011 00:03
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Yeah I noticed and signal strength has dropped to 93%

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  Reply # 485936 26-Jun-2011 00:41
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bjorn: Yeah I noticed and signal strength has dropped to 93%


My signals are also in the 90's and they fluctuate but I'm still facing Hedgehope so if I turn my aerial towards Forest Hill it might actually stay solid.

But I was just thinking that when the channels are loaded onto their respective mux that the strength and quality that you and I are getting may drop down considerably.

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  Reply # 486491 27-Jun-2011 16:25
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TVNZ1 and 2 are up on terrestrial at the moment from Forest Hill. Crystal clear.

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  Reply # 491647 10-Jul-2011 13:59
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Looks like the Wairarapa Times Age finally got it right.

http://www.times-age.co.nz/have-your-say/news/freeview-static-for-wairarapa/3958841/

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  Reply # 491651 10-Jul-2011 14:22
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DaMo73: Looks like the Wairarapa Times Age finally got it right.

http://www.times-age.co.nz/have-your-say/news/freeview-static-for-wairarapa/3958841/


Good on JDA for contacting them so they could correct them. 




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  Reply # 491707 10-Jul-2011 17:22
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Any news on Whangarei ? Cheers

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  Reply # 491713 10-Jul-2011 17:47
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Muzza72: Any news on Whangarei ? Cheers


It's not far away, this week hopefully.
I spoke to the JDA tech, who is installing the Whangarei transmitter, on the 24th of June and, at that stage, he said hopefully in two to three weeks.

I haven't had a chance to test as we won't get it where I live but my parents will.
I just need to get there and see if they actually have a UHF antenna but I don't think they do.





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  Reply # 493446 14-Jul-2011 17:52
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Is anyone in Rotorua using EPG Collector? I want to confirm that I'm using the right requencies

#Rotorua - Pukepoto
Frequency:698000,8,MHEG5
Frequency:746000,8,MHEG5
Frequency:762000,8,MHEG5

All I'm getting is "Signal not present"

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  Reply # 493447 14-Jul-2011 17:54
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Should be at 554/586/602 MHz.

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  Reply # 493462 14-Jul-2011 18:17
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Thanks, will give them a go tomorrow.

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