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Llangadfan Powys
NGR: SJ020091 Maps: Google  Bing (Ord Surv) Site Height: Structure Height: 30m
Digital TV: BBC A: 28 D3&4: 25 BBC B: 22
BBC Radio:
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Comments: Llangadfan was originally a relay of Blaenplwyf (via Llangurig Link and Long Mountain). It still relays Long Mountain, but that site is now line fed.

This site has grown considerably over the years as seems normal.

As well as the original TV transmission and subsequent Nicam stereo huts, there is now a presence by Vodaphone, Orange and O2. (Don't remember seeing any mention of Tmobile).

The most recent addition is an Airwave (emergency services) communications hut and antennae, together with LPG gas cylinders providing fuel to a backup generator.

I assume the satellite dish provides a downlink- it appeared at the same time as digital switchover.
I wonder if Llangadfan still receives signals from Long Mountain?

There is also a curiously mounted microwave link at lower than waist height- such that it must be blocked by passing sheep. Obviously not a critical connection.

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