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Old November 7th 18, 07:11 PM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv,uk-diy
tony sayer
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Default HD signal strenght from CP

In article , Graham.
scribeth thus
Bluebell hill always conjured up a nice scene of a transmitter nestled in
some field of vivid blue flowers. Probably find its some kind of old slag

And Bristol Ilchester Crescent congers up a 150 foot tower in
someone's front garden, which isn't far from the truth.

Think I'd prefer a TX tower to this little mast of sparks!..

Tony Sayer


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