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Crystal Palace transmitter viewers may need an aerial rethink from February-March onwards when the 700 MHz clearance plan necessitates a migration of muxes COM7 & 8. 
High performance networking technology from Ubiquiti Networks is now available from stock. 
As of the 4th December 2017 please find listed below the latest changes made to the Freeview EPG. 
Rover have released new firmware for the TAB4 for Wideband LNB's and dSCR signals from a multiswitch to enable measurement of signals for Sky Q. 
Coverage boosts for True Christmas and Chart Show TV through multiplex moves 
The CAI is circulating a letter to remind all CAI cable certification holders that as from the 1st of July 2017 the new CPR Regulations come into force. These regulations cover cables used permanently in buildings and civil engineering structures and made available on the market from 1st July 2017. Any existing stock held that has been placed on the market before CPR became applicable can continue to be sold without CPR credentials. (Each batch of cable is treated as a separate product for the purposes of CPR, so any new deliveries after 1st July will need CPR credentials) 
Freeview is ramping up support and advice for viewers in Northern Scotland, ahead of the first retune event in the region. On 26 July 2017, parts of the Shetland Islands will have become the first to be affected by the frequency changes. From 2 August, the changes will start to affect parts of the mainland, spreading southwards in regional stages until the beginning of October. Viewers who lose channels will need to retune to restore them. 
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