at800 is holding a further check to help realise the span to which 4G at 800 MHz may disturb Freeview. roughly 28,000 families in Brentford and Isleworth will be dispatched a free at800 filter ahead of the test, which starts on 29 April. at800 is the administration tasked with double-checking viewers extend to receive Freeview when 4G wireless services at 800 MHz are launched later this year*.
The at800 filter is conceived to impede 4G at 800 MHz. Most people will be adept to fit the filter themselves, though support is accessible for eligible viewers.** Only new 4G services at 800 MHz approaching subsequent this year could origin troubles with Freeview. living 4G from EE operates at 1800 MHz and will not disrupt TV.
The at800-branded filter is smaller than a load of cards. It is a passive device - meaning it does not need a power supply - and easily connects between an living aerial cable and TV, or Freeview box. If viewers have an amplifier or signal booster the filter desires to be connected between the antenna and the amplifier.
If viewers have adversity fitting the filter, they should visit www.at800.tv or call the at800 contact centre on 0333 31 31 800. For inhabitants in buildings with a communal aerial system - where the antenna or aerial is not their blame - at800 will provide the building landlord or house supervisor with a free communal filter on demand.
at800 has advised that if youve not been communicated exactly through the mail any interference to your Freeview service is unlikely to be due to the 4G test. TVs attached to a cable or satellite service are not influenced.