CAI has been a regular editorial contributor to Construction National magazine and the magazine’s website www.constructionnational.co.uk is currently receiving over 270,000 hits each month of which some 7,000 are unique visits. The audience for Construction National includes contractors & developers, consultants, house builders, Government departments, quantity surveyors, architects and educational establishments.
The Confederation of Aerial Industries Ltd (CAI) is celebrating another major milestone in its 38 year history by today launching its new consumer website dedicated solely to the viewer and listener needing help with signal reception and networks.
www.getmeviewing.org.uk is a brand new, simple straightforward information and search tool for the householder, housing manager, builder or electrician looking for a service that can deal with all aspects of TV and audio signal reception and network distribution around the home.
The CAI will be holding our Gala Awards Dinner on the evening of Tuesday 25 April 2017 at the Arden Hotel & Leisure Club, Coventry Road, Bickenhill, Solihull, West Midlands, B92 0EH.
The CAI’s technical committee has just completed what has amounted to a mammoth amount of work on a code of practice for home networks. Despite the time and work the document has been kept to a concise an acceptable 33-page document covering all aspects of networks and connectivity in the home. It is now available on the CAI website for members once logged in - https://www.cai.org.uk/downloadables/viewcategory/46-codes-of-practice-regulations.
The CAI has produced an explanatory document following a number of calls and enquiries regarding the availability of channels on additional Freeview Commercial HD multiplexes (COM7 & COM8) that have emerged in some areas, along with a local carriage mux. Members can issue this single page document to clients when the message of areas being ‘out of range’ of the additional muxes is not being understood or accepted.