Which direction should my aerial point?

Which direction should my aerial point?

When up with the TV antenna, simply point it in the direction of the television transmitter mast. Obviously, this required the TV transmitter mast to be visible, but if not, it is often possible to align the antenna in the same direction as other local antennas.

Which direction is Waltham transmitter?

The Waltham transmitting station is a broadcasting and telecommunications facility at Waltham-on-the-Wolds, 5 miles (8 km) north-east of Melton Mowbray.

What direction is Pontop Pike transmitter?

omni directional
According to Ofcom Pontop Pike is nominally omni directional for all the Digital MUXES.

How do you set aerial direction?

You should look to point the aerial roughly in the right direction. Rotate one way so that you see the signal drop off considerably. Then rotate back the other way so that you see it peak, when you see it peak continue rotating the same direction until you see it drop off again.

How can I improve my antenna signal?

5 Tricks for Getting the Best Possible Reception with Your Indoor…

  1. Find out where the broadcast towers are in your area. Aiming your antenna at TV transmission towers can improve reception.
  2. Place the antenna in or near a window.
  3. Go high.
  4. Test different antenna placements.

What channels does Waltham transmit on?

Virtually all equipment starts tuning at UHF channel 21, upwards. On the Waltham transmitter, the multiplexes which carry BBC and ITV regional services are transmitted on high UHF channel numbers (Ch49 and Ch54), so they are found last during any re-tune.

Where is the Nottingham TV transmitter?

The transmitter is easily seen from the M1 just South East of junction 26.

Can I receive signal from Pontop pike?

The Pontop Pike transmitter provides digital television transmissions to Tyne and Wear, County Durham, Tees Valley, most of Northumberland and parts of North Yorkshire. It also carries the national BBC Radio FM signals, covering the whole North East, as well as 95.4 MHz FM BBC Newcastle.

Is there a problem with Pontop pike?

There don’t appear to be any reported faults for Pontop Pike and it’s not currently listed for Planned Engineering.

How do you aim a directional antenna?

Hold the compass next to the antenna, and level with the ground. Align the compass so that the arrow is over the mark indicating north. Use the markings on the compass to determine the direction to the broadcast towers, and turn your antenna so that it points in that direction.