Jedburgh television relay station

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Jedburgh
Jedburgh television relay station is located in Scottish Borders
Jedburgh
Jedburgh
Selkirk
Selkirk
Mast height 45 metres (148 ft)
Coordinates 55°29′39″N 2°32′15″W / 55.4943°N 2.5376°W / 55.4943; -2.5376Coordinates: 55°29′39″N 2°32′15″W / 55.4943°N 2.5376°W / 55.4943; -2.5376
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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