We would like to welcome AB Satellite and Aerial Installation to the Confederation of Aerial Industries, holding membership number C.1821. AB Satellite and Aerial Installation are based in Cinderford, Gloucestershire and carryout domestic installs. The companys full profile can be found on the following link, http://tinyurl.com/prkmf87. From all at the Confederation, we wish you the best of luck with your new membership.
It matters not how good you are at selling a TV set – it will only be as good as the quality of signal you feed in. This has been true since the dawn of television. As we look forward to the NEC show on 30th April it is still all about feeding robust broadcast video, audio and data to all the TVs in the home.
Last year saw the CAI make a radical move into hosting a show at the NEC Birmingham. The NEC is the UK’s premier exhibition site, reserved usually for huge players in global markets, so it was brave, smart or very silly. It turned out to be one of the best decisions ever made in the 36 year history of the Confederation. There were no negative comments at all. Exhibitors can be fickle – travelling visitors critical of location – but all agreed this is one of the best places for a show of this nature. The demise or amalgamation of most UK shows with huge European exhibitions makes ‘Evolving Connectivity’ a must visit exhibition if you were involved in signal networks.
The Anti-Bribery policy has now been revised and updated and can be downloaded HERE.
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at800 is revising its approach to improve its support for UK viewers of Freeview services. The company is committing to quicker response and resolution times, aerial installer home visits for affected viewers and additional support for properties using a communal aerial (such as flats). These changes are expected to help at800 better meet its objective of ensuring people can still watch Freeview when 4G mobile services at 800 MHz are activated in their area.
Build Networks is a management group that promotes construction and property partnerships within public sector authorities. They hold regular showcase events where property developers and decision makers can meet contractors and make contact with a view to aiming available tenders to the right companies.
Mobile phone operators are now preparing to roll out 4G networks in more UK towns and cities to provide super-fast wireless broadband in the coming weeks and months.
Following the Technical Committee establishing interim transponders used by BSkyB for measurement checks and recording, the CAI has updated its Systems Record Sheet. It is available to download from the members' area of the CAI website. There will be some S2 transponders added in the near future. Please note however transponder content is revised with the launch of new satellites. Download Systems Record Sheet Here. You will need to be logged in to download.
Mobile phone operators are now preparing to roll out 4G networks across more UK towns and cities to provide super-fast wireless broadband in the coming weeks and months.
at800 is the organisation tasked with ensuring viewers continue to receive Freeview when 4G mobile services at 800 MHz are launched.
The latest mux allocations that dictate what appears in the Freeview local EPG listings have now been made available by Indigo Associates and can be downloaded here.
- Safecontractor - Joining Guidance
- Revised Code of Practice for Single Dwelling Units
- Refresher Assessment for Safe Working at Height
- Join the at800 Accredited Installer Scheme
- Freeview and 4G at 800 MHz
- From Digital UK - the organisation coordinating the UHF channels 61:62 clearance project (‘Clearance’)
- at800 Weekly Industry Update - Let's be clear at 800
- Freeview and 4G at 800 MHz
- at800 updates estimate of likely impact of 4G at 800 MHz on Freeview
- Jolly Good Show!
- Freeview and 4G at 800 MHz coexistence test in West London
- Biggest 4G & TV coexistence tests yet get under way.