We specialise in installations for: property developers, flats, houses, apartments, hotels, guest houses - in fact no matter what your business, we can provide you with a tailored digital installation to meet with your requirement.
Getting the right digital system for your project is vital and we can provide many tailored solutions based on the three main routes listed below.
An Integrated Reception System or IRS offers the ultimate in digital TV choice.
By collecting the broadcast signals from both terrestrial and satellite transmitters, as well as radio signals from the new Digital Audio Broadcasts (DAB), it leaves those who purchase the dwellings you build free to choose exactly how they receive their digital entertainment.
All of these signals are then distributed to a 3 socket wall outlet plate in the main rooms – leaving the entire home digital ready.
The cables are screened from electrical interference so the system can deliver all available TV channels to the resident, including both analogue, digital terrestrial, digital satellite, including the sought after SKY + service.
The IRS solution means that the builder does not have to favour any one particular supplier of TV programming, leaving the choice to the customer and the property fully ready for digital switchover.
Master Antenna Television or M.A.T.V systems differ from IRS by only offering Freeview and DAB radio. For those projects where giving residents the optimum choice of satellite TV is not a prime objective – such as affordable housing, prisons or hospitals, this can result in a cost saving for the developer.
The system operates via a launch amplifier which is installed to receive, process and combine the signals before distributing them through a digitally screened coaxial cable network to an outlet plate, which the TV or radio is then connected to.
Satellite Master Antenna Television or S.M.A.T.V systems are often used in environments where the number and type of channels available needs to be controlled, i.e. care homes, prisons, hospitals and holiday resorts and hotels.
A head-end unit is installed to receive the signals from a digital aerial, satellite dish or in some cases both. This unit processes the signals into the pre-selected range of channels and distributes them to each point.
Guests can then access selected satellite or Freeview channels independently of each other.