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How to gt digital through an aerial?

Discussion in 'Satellite TV, Sky TV & FreeSat' started by caleb2002, Aug 29, 2002.

  1. caleb2002

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    Is there a website that will advise on if your postcode will accept FTV Digi?
     
  2. bob007

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  3. caleb2002

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    Thanks, it states that I can get it in my area wihout a aerial upgrade., but my Pace ITV Dig bocx is just displaying a single red block on any channel and zero signal strength.

    Any ideas>?
     
  4. Squirrel God

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    No, it doesn't say that. [​IMG]

    It says that they PREDICT reception in your area and that it's LIKELY you can get DTTV without an aerial upgrade.

    Unless they have access to your roof, they can't say for sure ;)
     
  5. caleb2002

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    ooh claws in clever....

    anyway, I got it workin'

    It was user error, took out the old card and rebooted, now gets the BBC channels only.
     
  6. Squirrel God

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    That means it's only receiving the signals from Multiplex (Mux) 1. Perhaps you do need an aerial upgrade after all in order to receive the additional FTA channels from Mux 2 and Mux A....

    You should also try doing a fresh channel scan now that the card is out.
     
  7. caleb2002

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    Thanks for the advice!
     

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