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We live approximately 10 miles from the Hannington transmitter which started switchover today. We can no longer receive any BBC channels on Freeview (which I understand are the first to be switched).
We have a regular digital aerial in our loft connected to a multiway signal booster to allow us to run 6 TV sets from the one aerial. This has always worked fine in the past. I understand that the strength of the post-switchover signal may be responsible for the missing channels, but will it be sufficiently strong to feed multiple sets without a booster? Or could there be a different problem?

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Thanks Briantist. I understand about loft aerials but, perhaps because we live on a hill and can SEE Hannington on a clear day, this has never been an issue before. Am I right in thinking that replacing the booster with a simple multi-way splitter is unlikely to work properly for all channels until after April 18th?

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