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Photos by Martin Brown Page last updated: 2021-06-07

DAB added - June 2021

Since the earlier picture was taken, DAB has been added, DSO has occurred and 700 MHz band clearance has been implemented.

BBC National DAB entered service on 16-Nov-2009.

On the pole at the top are two band III dipoles for DAB transmit, although from this perspective they merge into their supporting pole. The curved panels transmitting UHF TV look to be the originals. Below the platform are the 3 band II FM Radio aerials. The single log periodic on the left faces east-northeast, while the two on the right are facing west-northwest.

From a different perspective the band III DAB dipoles can now be seen. Also of note is a new UHF receive panel, which has replaced the original trough aerial. This change was required due to the 700 MHz band channel changes at the parent station, Angus.

Satellite dish receiving the DAB programme feed.

FM Radio receive pointing towards Forfar.

This tree is obstructing the path from Forfar. I wonder how much signal is lost.

Site number 123.02

Crieff index

Angus | Forfar

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