Chatton transmitting station

The Chatton transmitting station is a broadcasting and telecommunications facility, between Wooler and Seahouses, Northumberland. It is owned and operated by Arqiva,[1] and situated within the boundary of Bewick and Beanley Moors SSSI.

Chatton transmitting station is located in Northumberland
Chatton transmitting station
Chatton transmitting station (Northumberland)
Mast height161 metres (528 ft)
Coordinates55°31′55″N 1°50′03″W / 55.5319°N 1.8342°W / 55.5319; -1.8342Coordinates: 55°31′55″N 1°50′03″W / 55.5319°N 1.8342°W / 55.5319; -1.8342
Grid referenceNU1046426476
BBC regionBBC North East and Cumbria
ITV regionITV Tyne Tees

Services listed by frequencyEdit

Digital radio (DAB)Edit

Frequency Block kW Operator
225.648 MHz 12B 3.2 BBC National DAB

Analogue televisionEdit

Analogue television is no longer available from Chatton; BBC Two analogue was closed on 12 September 2012, followed by the remaining four channels on 26 September 2012.

Channel 5 was not available from Chatton on analogue[3] but could be received from Burnhope instead on channel 68 in the south of Chatton's transmission area.[4]

Frequency[5] UHF kW Service
615.25 MHz 39 100 BBC One
639.25 MHz 42 100 Channel 4
663.25 MHz 45 100 BBC Two
695.25 MHz 49 100 ITV1

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