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Maitland House (Southend-on-Sea, England) DAB transmitter

sa_gmapsGoogle mapsa_bingBing mapsa_gearthGoogle Earthsa_gps51.539,0.712 or 51°32'20"N 0°42'45"E


This transmitter has no current reported problems

The BBC and Digital UK report there are no faults or engineering work on the Maitland House (Southend-on-Sea, England) transmitter.

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Maitland House DAB

Comments
Sunday, 21 April 2013
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adam jones
7:39 PM

is it unreasonable to expect in car dab to work all over the southend on sea area? I've just had a new radio and antenna fitted and its very nearly useless.

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Friday, 4 December 2020
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EDebra
1:36 PM

adam jones:
I live near North Fambridge and the DAB sign is extremely poor if at all.

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Saturday, 5 December 2020
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Chris.SE
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3:04 AM

EDebra:

You should have no trouble receiving all the main multiplexes ie. BBC, SDL and D1 there's a main transmitter at Danbury. There's also a Local multiplex transmitted from several transmitters including Benfleet & Maitland House. You may even have fair reception from on e of the London multiplexes.
Put your postcode into the box at Postcode checker - Digital Radio UK and press return as clicking submit doesn't always work!

If you are using an external aerial there may be a problem with the installation if you are not getting those multiplexes. If you are using a portable with a telescopic aerial, try a different position for then aerial or even the radio, making sure that there aren't any thick walls between the radio and the transmitter, or no large metal objects in the way, such as fridges, freezer, cookers etc. Try on a window sill facing the general direction of the transmitters.

Hope that helps.

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