Earn Valley Aerials
digital television & radio reception solutions in…
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site last updated 7th Nov 2018
River Tay at Perth, Autumn 2018
Perth - Abernethy - Aberfeldy - Alyth - Arbroath - Ardler - Bankfoot - Blackford - Blairgowrie - Blair Atholl - Bridge of Allan - Bridge of Cally - Bridge of Earn - Broughty Ferry - Comrie - Coupar Angus - Crieff - Cupar - Dull (Paired with Boring, Oregon) - Dundee - Dunblane - Dunkeld - Dunning - Errol - Kinloch Rannoch - Killin - Kettins - Kinross - Lochearnhead - Monifeith - Montrose - Newburgh - Newtyle - Pitlochry - St Andrews - St Fillans - Tummel Bridge and the following Scottish regions Tayside - Fife - Central - Grampian
Some useful addresses and websites for Freeview reception
This is an independent, non-profit organisation co-ordinating the UK's move to digital TV. Digital UK provides impartial information on what people need to do to prepare for the move to digital.
Website : www.digitaluk.co.uk
Digital Television Group
7 Old Lodge Place
T : 0208 891 1830
F : 0208 911 1999
Website : www.dtg.org.uk
DTV Services Ltd
Broadcast Centre (BC3 D5)
201 Wood Lane
London W12 7TP
T : 08708 80 99 80
Website : www.freeview.co.uk
These are three of the aerials we currently install, manufactured by SAC & The Triax/Wolsey group
Triax Unix 52 high gain
High gain aerial for freeview digital reception. Probably the most popular high gain aerial in the market today.
C/D Group & Wideband Aerial.
Digital 52 element aerial. Probably the most popular cross element high gain aerial in the market today.
S.A.C. MUX MAGICIAN.
Wide Band Digital Aerial
Triple Boom design gives the performance of an aerial twice it's size. 'F' connection. 15dB gain. Superb TV DIGITAL Aerial.
Wolsey QR 10-F
The Wolsey QR ranges of aerials were specifically developed for the new digital uhf transmissions. The whole range utilizes a PCB balun (with captive signal transfer).
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