I think that when you were asked your location, it was hoped that you might give a more precise location in order that they could have a stab at which transmitter you were likely to be receiving and 'Yorkshire' is a pretty big county. Do you happen to know which transmitter you are receiving from, or at least the RF channel number of one of the broadcast channels (LCN)?and I'm in Yorkshire.
All relays have the PSB3 HD mux. However DVB-T2 is required for HD in the UK. DVB-T will only give you SD mux.Just look at it, if it's vertical it may be the HD are not there as you are just on a local fill in transmitter, not a main one, although they can still have the HD as well but some might not.
We have a really low power one in Redditch just for one estate, it has the HD mux. I get my Freeview from a relay which is part of a SFN (Lark Stoke) it has the 6 full 6 mux but not COM 7 or 8.All .. they've been busy but I suppose by now they should have, there's some rearly tiny rural fill-ins.
I am putting the same aerial feed through my HDTV USB DVB-T as my TV receives which does get HD TV. Bilsdale transmitter BTWJust look at it, if it's vertical it may be the HD are not there as you are just on a local fill in transmitter, not a main one, although they can still have the HD as well but some might not.
That's the first time you have actually said that you can't get HD. You have previously just asked if it should.No this is what I am saying. The stick says HDTV but doesn't detect any HD channels.