menuMENU    UK Free TV logo Archive (2002-)

 

 

Click to see updates

All posts by Jim Graves

Below are all of Jim Graves's postings, with the most recent are at the bottom of the page.


Since the increase in power, I've seen much better results as most of the Muxes seem to be available rather than some missing or others deciding not to work

my question is this though: at the top of the page it mentions the analogue/digital signal levels comparison and says analogue was on 500k watts and BBC/ITV muxes are on 100k now, the other muxes are on 50k. When the rest of the UK is finished with DSO which I think is mid-late 2012, will the power of the Freeview muxes go anywhere near where analogue used to be so in theory, most people will be able to get them like they used to do with analogue? or is the 100/50k watts going to be the maximum level that you see for digital television signals?

we did need the change with analogue to digital but it would be nice if the only reason that digital's picture breaks up is because of transmitter work or something, not because the signal level has dropped to unacceptable levels

link to this comment
GB