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Old 08-04-2022, 11:37   #5
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Re: BBC regionalised HD delayed slightly

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Originally Posted by cheekyangus View Post

I wouldn't be surprised if that transmitter fire messed up all the plans the PSBs had for Digital Terrestrial changes, as the engineers had to be redeployed to plan and construct both temporary and new permanent coverage for the affected areas. Which means those engineers weren't available to upgrade the Digital Terrestrial broadcast network elsewhere.
On Arqiva's side, most of what needs to be in place already is. The BBC will not upgrade Freeview until Freesat has the HD channels at least, which is dependent on them changing their transponder leases. The interlinking regional HD circuits are in place now, & are what you are seeing in use if you have Virgin or Sky Glass.
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