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Aberdare  SO 034 013, 3 miles SSW of Merthyr.

All 6 MUXES are transmitted at 100W

Was originally an AV group for analogue and still is for all the digital.

Click here for Aberdare transmitter`s radiation pattern.

For Aberdare we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18A or XB10A for poor signal areas and the XB16A for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables. See the wrong aerial for any A group transmitter.


Angus  NO 394 407, 5 miles N of Dundee

MUXES 1 to 3 are transmitted at 20kW and MUXES 4 to 6 at 10kW.

Was originally a C/DH group for analogue but, including the planned lower power HD MUXES (on CHs31 & 37), it`s now an E group (or T group or wideband), but an original C/D group aerial will still pick up the main 6 MUXES.

For Angus we recommend the DM log for good signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi 18E or the DY14WB for poor signal areas, and the XB16E for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables. .

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Beacon Hill  SX 857 619, 4 miles WSW of Torquay.

20kW output for MUXES 1 to 3, and 10kW for MUXES 4 to 6.

Was originally a C/DH group for analogue but, including the planned lower power HD MUXES (on CHs33 & 34), it`s now an E group (or T group or wideband), but an original C/D group aerial should still pick up the main 6 MUXES including MUXES 4/5 on CHs 42/45).

For Beacon Hill we recommend the DM log for signal areas areas, the Log 36 for medium strong signal, the Yagi18E or the DY14WB for poor signal areas, and the XB16E for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.


Belmont  TF 218 836, 16 miles ENE of Lincoln.

MUXES 1 to 3 are transmitted at 150kW, MUXES 5 & 6 at 100kW, and MUX4 at 50kW.

There are 2 lower power HD MUXES planned on CHs 33 & 34.

Was originally an AH group for analogue but only first 4 MUXES (including the 3  PSBs) are will within group, for all digital MUXES a wideband or T group aerial is required.

For Belmont we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the DY14WB for poor signal areas, and the XB22WB for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.  See Belmont Graph.


Bilsdale  SE 553 962, 15 miles SE of Middlesborough.

MUXES 1 to 3 are transmitted at 100kW and MUXES 4 to 6 at 50kW.

There are 2 lower power HD MUXES planned on CHs 31 & 37.

Was originally an AH group for the analogue channels but only MUXES 1 to 3 (the PSBs) are still be receivable on an A. For all digital reception a K group (or wideband) is required.

For Bilsdale we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18K or XB10K for poor signal areas and the XB16K for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.  See Bilsdale Graph.


Black Hill  NS 828 647, 14 miles E of Glasgow.

Transmission power is 100kW for all six MUXES.

There are 2 lower power HD MUXES planned on CHs 32 & 35.

Was originally a BH group for analogue and still is for all the digital transmissions.

For Black Hill we recommend the DM log for good signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18B or XB10B for poor signal areas and the XB16B for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.  See Black Hill`s Graph.


Blaenplwyf  SN 569 757, 4 miles SSW of Aberystwyth.

40kW output power for MUXES 1 to 3 and 10kW for MUXES 4 to 6

Was originally an AH group for analogue and it`s still an A group for digital.

For Blaenplwyf we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18A or XB10A for poor signal areas and the XB16A for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables. See the wrong aerial for any A group transmitter.


Bluebell Hill  TQ 757 613, 3 miles N of Maidstone.

Transmission power is 20kW for all six MUXES.

There are 2 lower power HD MUXES planned on CHs 32 & 34.

Was originally an EH group but Bluebell Hill is now a B group. However, E group aerials (and widebands) installed pre switchover should still work afterwards.

For Bluebell Hill we recommend the DM log for good signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18B or XB10B for poor signal areas and the XB16B for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.  See Bluebell Hill Graph.


Bressay  HU 503 387, 3 miles SE of Lerwick (Shetland Isles).

Transmission power is 2kW for MUXES 1 to 4, and 1kW for 5 and 6.

Was originally an AV group and still is for all the digital.

Click here for Bressay transmitter`s radiation pattern.

For Bressay we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18A or XB10A for poor signal areas and the XB16A for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables. See the wrong aerial for any A group transmitter.


Brierley Hill SO 916 856, SW suburb of Dudley.

Transmission power is 2kW for all 6 digital MUXES.

Was originally a C/DV group for analogue and still is for all the digital.

Brierley Hill is attenuated for all digital in an arc from the SE (through SW) to NW, click here for the transmitter`s radiation pattern.

For Brierley Hill we recommend the DM log for good signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi 18E* or the DY14WB for poor signal areas, and the XB16E for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.

* See "covering all eventualities"


Bristol Ilchester Crescent  ST 577 700, SW Suburbs of Bristol.

Transmission power is 200W for MUXES 1 to 3 and 100W for MUXES 4 to 6.

Was originally a BV group for analogue and still is for all the digital.

Click here for Bristol Ilchester Crescent`s radiation pattern.

For Ilchester we recommend the DM log for good signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18B or XB10B for poor signal areas and the XB16B for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.


Bristol Kings Weston ST 547 775, Western suburbs of Bristol.

Transmission power is 200W for all MUXES.

Was originally a BV group for analogue but only the 1st 4 MUXES are still within group, Reception of all 6 digital MUXES requires an E group or wideband or T group.

Click here for Bristol Kings Weston radiation pattern.

For Kings Weston we recommend the DM log for signal areas areas, the Log 36 for medium strong signal, the Yagi18E or the DY14WB for poor signal areas, and the XB16E for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.


Bromsgrove  SO 948 730, 10 miles SW of Birmingham.

Transmission power is 400W for all MUXES.

Was an AV group for analogue but only the first 3 MUXES (i.e. the 3 PSBs) are still within the A group. For all digital reception a K group (or wideband) aerial is required.

Bromsgrove transmitter radiation pattern (post DSO is the same).

For Bromsgrove we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18K or XB10K for poor signal areas and the XB16K for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.

Note that The Wrekin, Bromsgrove and Lark Stoke are a Single Frequency Network.


Brougher Mountain  IH 350 527, 8 miles NE of Enniskillen (N.I).

Transmission power is 20kW for MUXES 1 to 3 and 2kW (two kW) for MUXES 4 to 6.

Was originally an AH group for analogue and it`s still an A group for digital.

For Brougher we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18A or XB10A for poor signal areas and the XB16A for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables. See the wrong aerial for any A group transmitter


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Caldbeck  NY 299 425, 12 miles SW of Carlisle.

MUXES 1 to 3 are transmitted at 100kW and MUXES 4 to 6 at 50kW.

Caldbeck Scotland (only transmitted to the North) MUX 1 at 100kW, 2 & 3 at 50kW.

There are 2 lower power HD MUXES planned on CHs 32 & 35.

Was originally an AH group for analogue and it`s still an A group for digital.

For Caldbeck we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18A or XB10A for poor signal areas and the XB16A for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables. See the wrong aerial for any A group transmitter.


Caradon Hill  SX 273 707, 12 miles WNW of Plymouth.

MUXES 1 to 3 are transmitted at 100kW, and MUXES 4 to 6 at 50kW.

There are 2 lower power HD MUXES planned for on CHs 32 & 35.

Was originally an AH group for analogue and it`s still an A group for digital.

For Caradon Hill we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18A or XB10A for poor signal areas and the XB16A for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables. See the wrong aerial for any A group transmitter.


Carmel  SN 576 153, 12 miles NNW of Swansea.

MUXES 1 to 3 are transmitted at 20kW and MUXES 4 to 6 at 10kW.

Was originally a C/DH group for analogue and it`s still a C/D for all the digital.

For Carmel we recommend the DM log for good signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18CD* / Yagi 18E  or the DY14WB for poor signal areas, and the XB16E for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.

* See "covering all eventualities"


Chatton  NU 105 264, 17 miles SSE of Berwick.

MUXES 1 to 3 are transmitted at 20kW and MUXES 4 to 6 at 10kW.

Was a BH group for analogue and still is for all the digital.

For Chatton we recommend the DM log for good signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18B or XB10B for poor signal areas and the XB16B for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.


Chesterfield  SK 382 764, 2 miles N of Chesterfield.

All six MUXES are transmitted at 400W.

Was an AV group but now only the 1st three MUXES (the PSBs) are still within that band. Full digital reception requires a K group (or wideband).

Some sources classify Chesterfield as a wideband, but if you really need a “high gain” aerial (which most people don`t....) the Chesterfield graph shows quite clearly that our Yagi18K, XB10K or XB16K is the way to go.

For Chesterfield we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18K or XB10K for poor signal areas and the XB16K for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.


Craigkelly  NT 233 872, 8 miles N of Edinburgh.

MUXES 1 to 3 are transmitted at 20kW and MUXES 4 to 6 at 10kW.

There are 2 lower power HD MUXES planned on CHs 32 & 35.

Was an AH group for analogue but only the first 3 MUXES (i.e. the 3 PSBs) are still within the A group, full digital reception requires a K group (or wideband).

For Craigkelly we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18K or XB10K for poor signal areas and the XB16K for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.


Crystal Palace  TQ 339 712, 3 miles N of Croydon.

All six MUXES are transmitted at 200kW.

There are 2 lower power HD MUXES planned on CHs 33 & 35.

Was originally an AH group and still is for all the digital

For Crystal Palace we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18A or XB10A for poor signal areas and the XB16A for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.

See “The wrong aerial for Crystal Palace”, and Crystal Palace Graph

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Darvel  NS 557 341, 18 miles S of Glasgow.

20kW output power for MUXES 1 to 3 and 10kW for MUXES 4 to 6.

There are 2 lower power HD MUXES planned on CHs 31 & 37.

Was originally an AH group for analogue and it`s still an A group for all the digital.

For Darvel we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18A or XB10A for poor signal areas and the XB16A for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables. See the wrong aerial for any A group transmitter.


Divis  IJ 287 750, 4 miles W of Belfast.

100kW output power for MUXES 1 to 3 and 50kW for MUXES 4 to 6.

There are 2 lower power HD MUXES planned on CHs 33 & 34.

Was originally an AH group for analogue and it`s still an A group for all the digital.

For Divis we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18A or XB10A for poor signal areas and the XB16A for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables. See the wrong aerial for any A group transmitter.


Dover  TR 274 397, 2 miles WSW of Dover.

80kW power on MUXES 1 to 3 and 40kW on MUXES 4 to 6

Was a C/DH group for analogue and still is for all the digital.

For Dover we recommend the DM log for good signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18CD* / Yagi 18E  or the DY14WB for poor signal areas, and the XB16E for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.

* See "covering all eventualities"


Durris  NO 763 899, 14 miles SW of Aberdeen.

100kW output power for MUXES 1 to 3 and 50kW for MUXES 4 to 6.

There are 2 lower power HD MUXES planned on CHs 32 & 35.

Was originally an AH group for analogue and it`s still an A group for all the digital.

For Durris we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18A or XB10A for poor signal areas and the XB16A for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables. See the wrong aerial for any A group transmitter.

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Eitshal   NB 305 303, 8 miles WSW of Stornoway (Isle of Lewis).

MUXES 1 to 3 are transmitted at 20kW and MUXES 4 to 6 at 10kW.

Was an AH group for analogue and still is for all the digital.

For Eitshall we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18A or XB10A for poor signal areas and the XB16A for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables. See the wrong aerial for any A group transmitter.


Emley Moor   SE 222 128, 6 miles ESE of Huddersfield.

All six digital MUXES are transmitted at 174kW.

There are 2 lower power HD MUXES planned on CHs 32 & 34.

Was a BH group for analogue channels and it still is for all the digital.

For Emley Moor we recommend the DM log for good signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18B or XB10B for poor signal areas and the XB16B for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.    See Emley Moor Graph.

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Fenham  NZ 216 648, Western suburb of Newcastle.

All six digital MUXES are transmitted at 400W.

There are 2 lower power HD MUXES planned on CHs 32 & 34.

Was an AV group for analogue and still is for all the digital.

Click here for Fenham`s radiation pattern.

For Fenham we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18A or XB10A for poor signal areas and the XB16A for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables. See the wrong aerial for any A group transmitter.


Fenton  SJ 903 451, Eastern suburb of Stoke.

MUXES 1 to 3 are transmitted at 2kW and MUXES 4 to 6 at 1kW.

There are 2 lower power HD MUXES planned on CHs 31 & 37.

Was an AV group for analogue and it still is for all the digital.

For Fenton we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18A or XB10A for poor signal areas and the XB16A for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables. See the wrong aerial for any A group transmitter.

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Guildford  SU 975 486, 3 miles SW of Guildford.

All six digital MUXES are transmitted at 2kW.

Was originally a BV group and still is for all digital.

For Guildford we recommend the DM log for good signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18B or XB10B for poor signal areas and the XB16B for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.

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Hannington  SU 527 568, 16 miles SW of Reading.

MUXES 1 to 3 are transmitted at 50kW and MUXES 4 to 6 at 25kW.

There are 2 HD MUXES planned on CHs 32 & 34.

Was an EH (or wideband) group for analogue, but post switchover Hannington has reverted to its original (pre C4) B group, though anyone with an E group/wideband aerial which worked before switchover should continue to work afterwards.

For Hannington we recommend the DM log for good signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18B or XB10B for poor signal areas and the XB16B for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.    See Hanningtons Graphs.


Hastings  TQ 806 100, central Hastings.

All 6 MUXES transmitted at 1kW

Was an AV group for analogue and still is for all the digital.

For Hastings we recommend the DM log for strong signal areas, the Log36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18A or XB10A for poor signal areas and the XB16A for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables. See the wrong aerial for any A group transmitter.


Heathfield   TQ 566 220, 13 miles NNW of Eastbourne.

All 6 MUXES transmitted at 20kW

Was a C/DH group for analogue but Heathfield became a BH group at DSO. However, reception on a C/D aerial should still be possible in areas of reasonable reception, although this is less likely to apply for some cheap crappy Contract aerials....

For Heathfield we recommend the DM log for good signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18B or XB10B for poor signal areas and the XB16B for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.  See Heathfield Graph.


Hemel Hempstead  TL 088 045, Southern suburbs of its namesake.

All 6 MUXES transmitted at 2kW

Was originally a BV group but now Hemel Hempstead is now an E group (or wideband)  though the 3 PSBs are still be receivable on a B group aerial.

Click here for Hemel Hempstead`s radiation pattern.

For Hemel Hempstead we recommend the DM log for signal areas areas, the Log 36 for medium strong signal, the Yagi18E or the DY14WB for poor signal areas, and the XB16E for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.


Huntshaw Cross  SS 527 220, 6 miles SSW of Barnstaple.

MUXES 1 to 3 are transmitted at 20kW and MUXES 4 to 6 at 10kW.

Was originally a C/DH group for analogue and it still is for digital.

For Huntshaw Cross we recommend the DM log for good signal areas, the Log 36 for medium signal areas, the Yagi18CD* / Yagi 18E  or the DY14WB for poor signal areas, and the XB16E for those with the most marginal signals. The dimensions and test performance of the aerials can be found on the relevant tables.

* See "covering all eventualities"





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For Transmitter "I to W" see 6 MUX transmitters page 2

The Main Digital transmitters


(i.e. the “6 MUX” digital transmitters)

Listed below are the eighty "six MUX" transmitters.


i.e. the only ones transmitting all the Freeview channels (on all 6 MUXES).


Not entirely co-incidentally, these were the original 80 preswitchover digital transmitters.

In addition, there are 1076 smaller repeater transmitters, but they only transmit the first 3 MUXES (the PSBs), not all 6 of them. That said, these three PSBs include all the main channels and the three (four eventually) planned HDTV channels. Virtually all of these smaller repeaters transmit digital in the same group as they did for analogue.


See the Ofcom (Excel) spreadsheet for details of all the smaller repeater transmitters.


Officially 90% of the population can get on a 6 MUX transmitter, that is to say 10% (= 6 million people) can only get on a 3 MUX repeater. I have to say I think that`s rubbish. I spend far too much time looking at TV aerials all over the country and I`m sure the number of people unable to get on a 6 MUX TX is far lower than 6 million. In fact it`d surprise me if it was even half that figure. The four most important points to bear in mind are :

1 Many people are on a small repeater transmitter when they don`t even need to be on one. This is mainly due to lazy or incompetent installers. Having said that it`s only relatively recently that being on a main transmitter was important, before digital (certainly before C5) it made no difference to how many channels the customer would receive so the aforementioned installer would just go for the easiest option which he knew would work at the locality.

2 Since the switchover the transmission power has been hugely increased.

3 There may be 1106 repeater transmitters and only 50 main transmitters, but the 30 largest repeaters (by far the biggest in terms of population coverage) transmit all 6 MUXES. I reckon Sheffield`s coverage must be bigger than a dozen (or more ? ) "main" transmitters. Many of the smaller repeaters only transmit to a few hundred people, some to less than that.

4 I`m sure there are a huge number of sites which can`t get on a 6 MUX transmitter, but generally there aren`t many people (relatively speaking) living in those localities.


The information below includes the all the 6 MUX transmitters` locations, their digital power outputs, their polarity*, if they have changed group (i.e. required a new aerial at digital switchover) and last, but by no means least, the aerials we recommend for them.


* e.g. BH indicates a B group Horizontally polarised transmitter.


If you`re on one of the smaller three MUX repeaters (see “which transmitter am I on ?”) and you want all six digital Freeview MUXES you`ll have to try and get onto one of the transmitters listed below. You could try realigning your aerial (though you may well have to re-polarise it) and then retuning. You will also have to check both transmitters are the same group (not required if you have a wideband aerial), though most decent grouped aerials will work reasonably well for the group below, e.g. a C/D group will work in the B group.

If you get a signal but it`s not as good as you want, you could upgrade the aerial (this is particularly effective if you swap from a wideband to the correct grouped aerial for the transmitter, especially so for an A group), but you could also try a mast head amplifier or repositioning your aerial.

And don`t forget the cable (and any crappy wall plates).......

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The “powers that be” keep changing the name of the MUXES, so we just refer to them as MUXES 1 to 6, as they should be anyway....


Don`t you just hate all this name changing b******s ?


Also see :

MUXES and PSBs

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MUX Name Changing.....

We are more than willing to give advice to those actually purchasing from us. Could those only seeking information please just find the answer somewhere on this site, or ring an aerial installer local to them, or call the reception advice phone numbers.


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