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February 19, 2010

Oxford getting poor Freeview signal

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by David Allen

The digital switchover is slowly working its way around the UK and for most households it seems to have gone off without a hitch, but it seems that every time work begins in an area there are those households that are not getting a great service.

One such area is the Cotswolds, where households on the fringes of the area are finding that their digital TV signal is suffering from interference, something that switching over to digital TV was supposed to eliminate.

According to Digital UK, the reason for the interference is that households receiving their digital TV signal from the Oxford transmitter are actually being served by a reserve antenna and clearly this not up to the job.

The Oxford antenna is expected to be fully operational by April, when the reception should be returned to what is expected from digital television.

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