Eyemouth transmitting station
|Mast height||46 metres (151 ft)|
|BBC region||BBC Scotland|
|ITV region||ITV Border|
Eyemouth transmitting station is a high-power relay transmitter of Selkirk, covering parts of eastern Berwickshire. It is owned and operated by Arqiva. Eyemouth transmitting station uses a 46 metre tall radio tower.
Services listed by frequency
|89.7 MHz||0.1||BBC Radio 2|
|91.9 MHz||0.1||BBC Radio 3|
|94.1 MHz||0.1||BBC Radio Scotland|
|99.3 MHz||0.1||BBC Radio 1|
|103.4 MHz||0.5||Radio Borders|
|104.6 MHz||0.1||BBC Radio 4|
|225.648 MHz||12B||2||BBC National DAB|
These services were closed down on 20 November 2008. BBC Two Scotland was previously closed on 6 November.
|511.25 MHz||26||2||BBC Two Scotland|
|535.25 MHz||29||2||Channel 4|
|567.25 MHz||33||2||BBC One Scotland|
BBC A began broadcasting on 6 November 2008, Digital 3&4 on 20 November 2008, and BBC B on 30 November 2010.
|474.2 MHz||21+||0.4||BBC A|
|498.0 MHz||24||0.4||Digital 3&4|
|522.0 MHz||27||0.4||BBC B|
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