Jedburgh television relay station

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Jedburgh
Jedburgh television relay station is located in Scottish Borders
Jedburgh
Jedburgh
Selkirk
Selkirk
Height of mast 45 metres (148 ft)
Grid reference NT661224
Relay of Selkirk
BBC region BBC Scotland
ITV region ITV Border

Jedburgh television relay station is a relay transmitter of Selkirk, covering the town of Jedburgh. It is owned and operated by Arqiva.

Services listed by frequency[edit]

Analogue television[edit]

These services were closed down on 20 November 2008. BBC Two Scotland was previously closed on 6 November.

Frequency UHF kW Service
631.25 MHz 41 0.16 ITV1
655.25 MHz 44 0.16 BBC Two Scotland
679.25 MHz 47 0.16 Channel 4
847.25 MHz 68 0.16 BBC One Scotland

Digital television[edit]

BBC A began broadcasting on 6 November 2008, Digital 3&4 on 20 November 2008, and BBC B on 30 November 2010.

Frequency UHF kW Operator
634.2 MHz 41+ 0.032 Digital 3&4
658.0 MHz 44 0.032 BBC A
682.0 MHz 47 0.032 BBC B

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Coordinates: 55°29′39″N 2°32′15″W / 55.4943°N 2.5376°W / 55.4943; -2.5376