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Fremont Point Jersey
NGR: XD908280 Maps: Google  Bing (Ord Surv) Site Height: Structure Height: 135m
Digital TV: BBC A: 44 D3&4: 41 BBC B: 47
BBC Radio:
Ind. National Radio:
Ind. Local Radio: Channel 103: 103.7 
Digital Radio:

Fremont Point on the island of Jersey, is the transmitter which serves the whole of the Channel Islands with UHF television.

Despite the impressive 135m tower its location on the north of the island means its signal can reach the other islands but topography means its coverage of Jersey is by no means total.


For the introduction of colour transmissions to the Channel Islands, work begins on the operation of raising the new UHF aerials to the top of the Fremont Point mast.

These last two pictures from 2007 show new cellphone panel antennas for C&W (small 1800MHz) and Jersey Airtel-Vodafone (larger E-GSM).

Getting colour TV to the Channel Islands

Steerable Adaptive Broadcast Reception Equipment

Gorey | Jersey (Trinity) | Les Platons | Les Touillets | St. Brelades | St Helier

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