The Nature of Tests.

The Wrexham, Chester and Liverpool multiplex is the first launch for MuxCo and we’re using a variety of new systems to bring the stations to your radios. That’s the good thing about test transmissions – they let you try some different things without it interrupting listeners’ enjoyment when the multiplex is properly live. It’s why, in this test phase, you should be aware that services/barkers may stop, be reconfigured and do strange things!

Our current outlined plan is to to test some more services on Monday. I wanted to flag up, though, that this definitely won’t be happening at midnight tonight – so no need to wait up auto-tuning! Whilst we’re still looking to do something on Monday, some of the things we’ve been doing over the weekend may mean that the next bundle of changes may happen a little later – please don’t be too disappointed – this is just what happens with tests!

3 thoughts on “The Nature of Tests.

  1. Chris Burroughs

    OK,this is slightly geeky!i know.But i am pleased to inform you,that i am receiving your local multiplex
    with a roof top 4-element band 3/VHF aerial and mast head amplification at my location in Bridgnorth,South-East Shropshire.
    There is slight audio ‘warble’and the occasional drop out,but enjoying listening to The Dee for the first time.

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  2. James Robinson

    Please can we have an update as to a timeline of when you expect the next service to appear on Muxco NE Wales and what will it be? Thanks.

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