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4G Signals and Freeview Interference


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Can 4G Signals cause some interference to Freeview TV ?

Date and Time

15 March 2018 - 14:00-16:00


Stafford, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Jointly organised by the UK - W.Mids:NW Mids of England and UK - W.Mids:NW Mids of England local networks.

About this event

UHF TV signals have in the past been transmitted on Channels 21 to 69. The channels in the 800 MHz band 61 to 69 have now been sold off to mobile operators, with TV still operating on channels up to 60. This has the potential to cause some interference to Freeview TV when operated within 900m of a mobile mast. This talk will cover how any interference is removed and the importance of excellent quality installation of aerials.


This is a daytime lecture that is due to start at 14:00 and is expected to finish at 16:00. Light refreshments may be available.

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