Many people with little hope of decent internet speeds in their location are turning to Starlink. We have installed several systems in the past couple of months and the performance is excellent, leaving the customer very satisfied. You can order your kit from Order Starlink, but may be worth speaking to us regarding any extras […]
We specialise in the installation and maintenance of TV aerials for digital reception of Freeview, Youview and BT Vision, satellite dishes for reception of Sky, Freesat and foreign language channels, plus integrated reception systems for apartment blocks. We also install Starlink Internet by satellite systems, for those in areas which are not served by fibre and top quality CCTV systems for domestic premises.
Freeview has been established for several years and requires an aerial suitable for digital reception, your existing aerial may be OK, we are happy to attend your property and test with the most up to date spectrum analysis equipment. BT and TalkTalk offer BTVision or Youview boxes for recording of live Freeview TV, this requires a functioning TV aerial and files.
Freesat offers a digital television solution for those who cannot have an aerial do not want to subscribe to Sky or Virgin and are unable to receive Freeview, this requires the installation of a small satellite dish, High Definition, HD, and PVR (Personal Video Recorder) models of Freesat receivers are now available. We are here to advise on how best to upgrade and future proof your system in the most economic way.As a small business we rely on recommendation, so customer satisfaction is of prime importance to our successful operation.
Starlink internet by satellite
When you contact 1towatch, you will be referred to someone who actually carries out the work, so rest assured that any information you receive will be accurate and up to date.
We work in conjunction with many other specialist trades, including Audio Visual installation experts and certified Electrical contractors, so no job is too small, or too complex. If we can’t do the whole job, we know someone who can fill in the spaces.
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The 30th of June saw the switching off of COM7 multiplex on Freeview, the frequency will now be used for 5G mobile and a retune is required. Affected channels are as in the image below. Most channels on the affected multiplex have disappeared completely for at least the short term, but probably altogether.
Rollout of 4G mobile transmitter masts has sped up in the past year or so, some areas have experienced lots of problems and others very little. In my experience, the interference has been more of a problem in fringe reception areas, where heavy amplification is required for troublefree viewing. The amplifier also amplifies the signal from the 4G mast, […]
As Microsoft will stop supporting the Skype app for smart TVs, some manufacturers will remove the app from new TV software updates. Those with Skype installed on their existing TV can continue using it, but there will be no updates after June 2016. from broadbandtvnews