UK analogue TV transmission ends

So, that’s it for analogue broadcast television transmission in the United Kingdom.

The switch from PAL 625 line transmission to DVB-T across the UK was completed on 25 October 2012 when the analogue signal was switched off at the Divis transmitting station in County Antrim.

The switchover also saw the closure of all broadcast teletext services, including the BBC’s Ceefax.

So, goodbye analogue TV transmission – it was good whilst it lasted!

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