Balgownie transmitting station
|Location||Bridge of Don, Aberdeen|
|Mast height||35 metres (115 ft)|
|BBC region||BBC Scotland|
|ITV region||STV North|
Balgownie transmitting station is a relay transmitter of Durris, situated in Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, and covering Tillydrone, Woodside, parts of Old Aberdeen and the Abbey Road area of Torry. It is owned and operated by Arqiva.
Services listed by frequency
Analogue radio (FM VHF)
|97.6 MHz||0.02||Northsound 1|
Digital radio (DAB)
|225.648 MHz||12B||0.3||BBC National DAB|
These multiplexes have been broadcast since 15 September 2010. BBC A began broadcasting on 1 September.
|650.000 MHz||43||0.008||Digital 3&4||DVB-T|
|674.000 MHz||46||0.008||BBC A||DVB-T|
|706.000 MHz||50||0.008||BBC B||DVB-T2|
These services were broadcast until 15 September 2010. BBC Two Scotland was previously closed on 1 September.
|623.25 MHz||40||0.04||BBC One Scotland|
|671.25 MHz||46||0.04||BBC Two Scotland|
|703.25 MHz||50||0.04||Channel 4|
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