Your most likely transmitter is in the Northern Ireland region.

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This detailed view provides comprehensive details of television reception options for an address or postcode based on the nearest prediction point to the address or postcode centroid.

The DTT predictions are those which are being used to plan the DTT network, and assume a representative receiving system in good condition.

Predictions can vary significantly over a short distance due to the effects of terrain and interference, so they should be treated as a guide to the likely situation on the ground.

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Digital transmitters

Digital transmitters

Information relating to the digital transmitters which are, or are likely to be, receivable at the search address:

  • The 'most likely' transmitter to be in use. This will be the same as the 'most likely' analogue transmitter, providing that transmitter provides coverage after switchover.
  • The distance to and bearing of the transmitter from the address.
  • The digital aerial group and polarisation a) now b) after future DTT network changes, if applicable
Name Reception Summary Region Parent Transmitter Grid Reference Distance (km) Bearing° Aerial Group Now Aerial Group After
Most Likely Transmitter Divis 0303 Northern Ireland N/A J 28600 75000 50 56 A H,T H A H,T H
Alternative Transmitter Armagh 3300 Northern Ireland Divis H 89100 44600 0 353 B V,B V B V,B V
Alternative Transmitter Black Mountain Poor Northern Ireland Divis J 27800 72700 48 58 B V,K V B V,K V
Alternative Transmitter Brougher Mountain 3300 Northern Ireland N/A H 35000 52700 55 283 A H,A H A H,A H

Divis

Step
A change or event occurring to the DTT network
Date BBC A D3&4 BBC B SDN ARQ A ARQ B NI mux
N S M N S M N S M N S M N S M N S M N S M
Now 19 May 2024
27
64QAM 2/3 8k DVB-T | 100.000
70 88
21+
64QAM 2/3 8k DVB-T | 100.000
66 85
24
256QAM 2/3 32k DVB-T2 | 100.000
69 87
23
64QAM 3/4 8k DVB-T | 50.000
54 99
26
64QAM 3/4 8k DVB-T | 50.000
54 99
30
64QAM 3/4 8k DVB-T | 50.000
40 81
48
| 0.010
Final prediction 2025
27
64QAM 2/3 8k DVB-T | 100.000
70 88
21+
64QAM 2/3 8k DVB-T | 100.000
66 85
24
256QAM 2/3 32k DVB-T2 | 100.000
69 87
23
64QAM 3/4 8k DVB-T | 50.000
54 99
26
64QAM 3/4 8k DVB-T | 50.000
54 99
30
64QAM 3/4 8k DVB-T | 50.000
40 81
48
| 0.010

Armagh

Step
A change or event occurring to the DTT network
Date BBC A D3&4 BBC B NI mux
N S M N S M N S M N S M
Now 19 May 2024
44
64QAM 2/3 8k DVB-T | 0.024
99 100
41
64QAM 2/3 8k DVB-T | 0.024
100 100
47
256QAM 2/3 32k DVB-T2 | 0.024
99 100
48
QPSK 2/3 32k DVB-T2 | 0.024
100 100
Final prediction 2025
44
64QAM 2/3 8k DVB-T | 0.024
99 100
41
64QAM 2/3 8k DVB-T | 0.024
100 100
47
256QAM 2/3 32k DVB-T2 | 0.024
99 100
48
QPSK 2/3 32k DVB-T2 | 0.024
100 100

Black Mountain

Step
A change or event occurring to the DTT network
Date BBC A D3&4 BBC B NI Mux
N S M N S M N S M N S M
Now 19 May 2024
41
64QAM 2/3 8k DVB-T | 0.005
44
64QAM 2/3 8k DVB-T | 0.005
47
256QAM 2/3 32k DVB-T2 | 0.005
33
QPSK 2/3 32k DVB-T2 | 3.250
93 97
Final prediction 2025
41
64QAM 2/3 8k DVB-T | 0.005
44
64QAM 2/3 8k DVB-T | 0.005
47
256QAM 2/3 32k DVB-T2 | 0.005
33
QPSK 2/3 32k DVB-T2 | 3.250
93 97

Brougher Mountain

Step
A change or event occurring to the DTT network
Date BBC A D3&4 BBC B SDN ARQ A ARQ B NI mux
N S M N S M N S M N S M N S M N S M N S M
Now 19 May 2024
29
64QAM 2/3 8k DVB-T | 20.000
99 99
31
64QAM 2/3 8k DVB-T | 20.000
99 99
37
256QAM 2/3 32k DVB-T2 | 20.000
99 99
21
64QAM 3/4 8k DVB-T | 2.000
24
64QAM 3/4 8k DVB-T | 2.000
27
64QAM 3/4 8k DVB-T | 2.000
30
QPSK 2/3 32k DVB-T2 | 1.000
Final prediction 2025
29
64QAM 2/3 8k DVB-T | 20.000
99 99
31
64QAM 2/3 8k DVB-T | 20.000
99 99
37
256QAM 2/3 32k DVB-T2 | 20.000
99 99
21
64QAM 3/4 8k DVB-T | 2.000
24
64QAM 3/4 8k DVB-T | 2.000
27
64QAM 3/4 8k DVB-T | 2.000
30
QPSK 2/3 32k DVB-T2 | 1.000

This is a predictive coverage database that shows the most likely TV service availability at your address and whether you could be affected by faults or planned engineering works. Note that digital terrestrial television (Freeview) coverage may vary as a result of engineering works or any frequency changes authorised by Ofcom. Always check your reception prediction before buying TV equipment. Digital UK is not responsible for household TV reception arrangements, and cannot provide compensation for coverage variations, reception issues or TV equipment purchased.

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