Television, Antennas and Pay TV
Digital Television arrived in 2012, and has changed the way we watch our favourite programs or movies. To enjoy this new service a quality aerial appropriate to the area in which you are now living, combined with a quality RG6 Coax Cable is essential.
In today’s modern home environment, most families have more than one television. Would you like to watch a movie from anywhere in your home? Would you like to remotely control any DVD player from any TV in your home? A modulator, technology and a cable network will allow you to do this.
If a Smart Home Wiring Solution has been built into the premises or retro fitted you can choose how, when and where you catch up on your favourite movie or digital TV channel with ease.
Does your area require a VAST satellite decoder set up?
V.A.S.T. – The Australian Government funds a free to air satellite service – the Viewer Access Satellite Television (VAST). VAST provides digital television to viewers in remote areas of Australia who currently rely on analogue services from the Optus Aurora platform; as well as viewers who are unable to receive digital TV through their normal antenna because of issues relating to local interference, terrain or distance from the transmitter in their area.
Does your premises require an MATV system?
MATV stands for Master Antenna Television. The MATV system allows multiple receivers (TV & FM) to receive signals from a single (Master) antenna, as opposed to individual antennas for each receiver. MATV systems are separated into two portions, the ‘Head End’ and the ‘Distribution System’. When these two portions are planned and engineered using suitable MATV equipment and the appropriate installation techniques, signals will be distributed without loss of signal quality.