Freeview TV Interference from 4G Mobile Masts
Potential loss of Channels
Next generationt mobile services have the potential to cause interference issues for up to two million UK households, the head of Freeview has warned.
Homes within two kilometres (1.24 miles) of a 4G base station are likely to experience interference and, for some, there will also be a loss of channels.
New 4G Transmitters in Coventry, joining Birmingham & Wolverhampton on 800MHz
Our Coventry contact reports that the 4G rollout has started with a new transmitter in Whitley.
The launch of 4G services using the 800MHz spectrum could affect up to 2.3 million homes close to these 4G masts as these new 4G frequencies are close to the those used for your Freeview channels.
To find out more visit the www.at800.tv website for information and a helpline, see also below.
LET’S BE CLEAR at800
Disruptiont tot Freeviewt services can be resolved for many homes with an at800 filter.
You can get one free from www.at800.tv and this can cover all TVs connected to a single aerial when placed in the right place. You can buy additional filters where you are advised to ensure they have the at800 branding, see right.
If you still have difficulties, call Nik on 07894 642 406 or 0800 311 8478.
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