Some time in the past I fitted arial sockets under the eaves
I hope you used the correct type.
No, not failed, I just needed a signpost.Perhaps I should have said typeface, but I didn't want to make it too obvious. They say you've failed if you have to explain it... so I've failed.
...and I don't trust iOS not to have had a hand in that either.the author reads what he thinks he wrote, not what is actually there.
You haven't got a combiner, splitter or filter hiding in the system have you? My combiner has a crossover at UHF 36.Okay, I thought.. what about the "local" low-power muxes COM7&8? The strange thing is that I've got good signal on COM8 (UHF35), but zero on COM7 (UHF36). Any guesses? (
Digitaluk says "100" on both 35 and 36, but I understand these are supposed to be low-power non-omnidirectional services.What do coverage checkers say should be available at your location?
No, but at the moment I don't have my Mynydd Machen feed going in (which will need a diplexer change-over frequency at channel 30/31, or failing that a straight resistive mix). Hard to see how a filter can knock out 36 but not 32, 33, 35, 48, 49, 52, 54, 58 (unless specifically designed as a notch).You haven't got a combiner, splitter or filter hiding in the system have you? My combiner has a crossover at UHF 36.
I wouldn't have thought so. My best guess is the transmitter beam pattern/direction, but I have no data for that other than the coverage claim.They don't usually cut off that quickly do they?
Just checking and mine is actually a ch38, not 36. I can't find the specific data for it but other Fringe units show they only pass up to 34 and from 39, or up to 37 and from 40. I'm not sure which mine is but the cut off is pretty sharp.They don't usually cut off that quickly do they?
I wish I could claim originality, but I can't. I, er, borrowed the phrase from elsewhere.Priceless!
Wait 5 weeks and it'll be moot for COM7/8. Then you'll be having more fun searching elsewhere.They were OK IMO, I was happy with what they did and I was monitoring for 32 & 33 to make an appearance!