R&D Report 1987-14 : Improvements to a UHF rebroadcast television link suffering tidal fading: Countisbury UHF relay station. J.H. Moore The Countisbury UHF relay station serves the localities of Lynmouth and Lynton in Devon. For some time, the problems of co-channel interference and tidal fading have on occasion been evident. The report gives results obtained utilizing a new Rebroadcast Link (RBL) antenna array, which has improved very considerably the quality of signals received at this relay station. Details are also given of apparatus which enables sampled television picture sequences to be recorded on a VHS video cassette recorder. The channel identification, date and time are derived from the teletext signal and superimposed at the top of the picture.