Brougher Mountain transmitting station

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Brougher Mountain
Approaching the Masts on top of Brougher mountain - geograph.org.uk - 326142.jpg
Brougher Mountain transmitting station
Brougher Mountain transmitting station is located in Northern Ireland
Brougher Mountain transmitting station
Tower height 55 metres (180 ft)
Coordinates 54°25′24″N 7°27′37″W / 54.4233°N 7.4604°W / 54.4233; -7.4604Coordinates: 54°25′24″N 7°27′37″W / 54.4233°N 7.4604°W / 54.4233; -7.4604
BBC region BBC Northern Ireland
ITV region UTV
Local TV service NVTV

Brougher Mountain transmitting station is a major transmitting station in Northern Ireland.[1][2] It is located between County Tyrone and County Fermanagh, on top of a 317-meter high hill called Brougher Mountain.[3]

It has four other transmitter sites in its digital television transmitter group, at Ederny, Derrygonnelly, Belcoo, and Lisbellaw.[4]

Services transmitted by frequency[edit]

Analogue radio[edit]

Frequency kW Service
89.4 MHz 5 BBC Radio 2
91.6 MHz 5 BBC Radio 3
93.8 MHz 5 BBC Radio Ulster
95.6 MHz 5 BBC Radio 4
96.6 MHz 5 Downtown Radio
99.0 MHz 5 BBC Radio 1

Digital radio[edit]

Frequency Block kW Operator
225.648 MHz 12B 3.2 BBC National DAB
229.072 MHz 12D 4.35 Bauer Northern Ireland

Analogue television (before 24 October 2012)[edit]

Frequency UHF kW Service
479.25 MHz 22 100 BBC One Northern Ireland
503.25 MHz 25 100 UTV
527.25 MHz 28 100 BBC Two Northern Ireland
559.25 MHz 32 100 Channel 4

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ VisualServ. "Brougher Mountain Transmitting Station". geograph.org.uk. Retrieved 2011-04-17. 
  2. ^ Mike Brown. "Transmission Information - Brougher Mountain". Retrieved 2011-04-17. 
  3. ^ "Brougher Mountain Hill". Retrieved 2011-04-17. 
  4. ^ "Northern Ireland TV region: Digital Switchover transmission groups" (PDF). Ofcom. July 2009. Retrieved 2011-04-17. 

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