What DAB Frequency Is Planet Rock?

Why can’t I get Planet Rock on my DAB radio?

DAB Digital Radio Performing a retune should find the station again.

If your digital radio also does not find talkRADIO, Virgin Radio or Mellow Magic it could be that the signal for this group of stations is not strong enough in your location.

The station was formerly available in the West Midlands on FM..

What frequency is heart extra on?

If you can tune in and hear talkSPORT, Capital Xtra and LBC, you’ll definitely be able to hear Heart Extra Xmas as they all broadcast on the same DAB frequency – and are all carried on the same channel: channel 11D in England & Wales; channel 12A in Scotland; channel 11D in Northern Ireland.

What is DAB frequency?

DAB uses a wide-bandwidth broadcast technology and typically spectra have been allocated for it in Band III (174–240 MHz) and L band (1.452–1.492 GHz), although the scheme allows for operation between 30 and 300 MHz.

What stations are available on DAB radio?

The DAB stations currently broadcast on Digital One are:Absolute Radio.Absolute Radio 80s.BFBS Radio.Classic FM.LBC.Magic.Planet Rock.Premier Christian Radio.More items…•

How do I tune in my DAB radio?

Most digital radios can be re-tuned by simply pressing the ‘Auto-Tune’ or ‘Auto-Scan’ button on your digital radio. If there is no Auto-Tune or Auto-Scan button, press the ‘menu’ button and scroll through the options until you find ‘Auto-Tune’ or ‘Auto-Scan’. Then select this option.

What DAB frequency is heart?

The majority of modern DAB radios can receive DAB+. Any radio with a Digital Radio Tick can receive DAB+. In many cases you will not have to retune to continue hearing the station. Heart 80s will continue to be available online and via Digital TV and the Global Player apps.

Why does my DAB radio say not available?

Sometimes your car stereo display will say something like “No signal” or “No service”, meaning that you can’t receive any DAB radio stations. This could be caused by a fault with the DAB radio itself, or failure to install the aerial properly. … Otherwise, the DAB radio will not work properly.

Is Heart Radio on DAB?

Do you listen to Heart on DAB Digital Radio? We have now improved our service across the North West. This means, to keep listening to Heart on DAB Digital Radio you’ll now need to rescan your digital radio. If you listen on FM or online you won’t be affected.

What frequency is Planet Rock?

105.2FMSome great ‘new news’ from all of us to all of you…from NOW, Planet Rock will be available on 105.2FM frequency in the West Midlands, plus you can of course still continue to enjoy Planet Rock on DAB, online, digital TV and via mobile apps, just as you always have.

Can you manually tune a DAB radio?

Most DAB digital radios automatically scan and store the stations that are available, so you shouldn’t really need to use the manual tune.

What is the frequency for Kiss?

Listen to KISS on FMFM97.2 MHzFM105.6 MHzFM106.1 MHzFM106.4 MHzFM107.7 MHz2 more rows

How do you reset a DAB radio?

Press and hold the Select or the Info button on your radio until the display shows System Reset or Factory Reset. Press and hold the Menu button for three seconds. Push the Tune button within 3 seconds to confirm the Reset. Press the Menu button and select System Reset or Factory Reset.

What channel is Planet Rock on DAB?

On DAB, Planet Rock uses the SDL Multiplex which uses the frequency 11A, though you won’t need this information unless you need to manually tune your DAB radio into it.

Why can’t I get Planet Rock on DAB?

Planet Rock, Absolute Radio 80s and Premier Christian Radio have now moved home on DAB radio, meaning that you’ll need to do a retune of your DAB digital radio to continue picking them up. heat Radio, Kisstory, Sunrise Radio and Panjab Radio are also affected.

Is Planet Rock still on DAB?

It is available nationally on Sky, Virgin Media, Freesat and Online, and to some locations via DAB. On 1 March 2016, Planet Rock ceased on national DAB, transferring to the part-national Sound Digital multiplex, losing transmission in Devon, Cornwall, parts of Scotland, Wales, East Anglia and other areas of the UK.