Rowridge transmitting station

Local nameRowridge Transmitting Station
LocationNewport, Isle of Wight, UK

The Rowridge transmitting station is a facility for FM radio and television transmission at Rowridge on the Isle of Wight in southern England.

It currently has a 172 metres tall guyed mast, owned and operated by Arqiva. There is a smaller tower on the site belonging to British Telecom. Prior to Digital Switchover the station broadcast with a power of 250 kW for FM radio, 500 kW for analogue television, and 20 kW for digital television. In July 2007, Ofcom confirmed that Rowridge would remain an A Group transmitter at Digital switchover; the digital television transmission signal was then boosted to 200 kW. From March 2018 MUXES 7 & 8 moved out of the A group to channels 55 & 56, though these are due to be turned off between 2020 and 2022.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rowridge_transmitting_station

Address Rowridge Lane, PO30 4, United Kingdom

Coordinates 50°40'36.339" N -1°22'13.177" E

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