• Ask Dave

  • For those that know Dave, we’re sure you’ll agree this looks like a slightly older, more studious version of him (thanks to the handy work of his pa, Bill Cooper!)

    When you chat to Dave about technical stuff, you generally receive an overwhelming amount of useful information in return…so we figured, why not ‘ask Dave’ online!

    WATCH THIS SPACE for interesting, useful and incredibly geeky facts about the digital world. Feel free to send your own questions his way at info@1a-aerials.com.

  • Freeview or Freesat?

    A common question from our customers is ‘which is best, Freeview or Freesat?’  There isn’t a ‘one fits all’ solution.  However, we do suggest you consider the following to help influence your decision: In a nutshell, there are two traditional methods of transmitting TV channels to your property.  Terrestrial TV (commonly referred to as ‘Freeview’) […]

  • FREE guest WiFi in holiday accommodation? Know the basics

      If like many holiday let owners, you intend to supply free internet access to guests, there are a few things you need to know before you simply open up your internet to all and sundry. Here’s a quick guide summarising the main points:   Consider where it’s appropriate to have your WiFi ‘Open’ with no security. […]

  • 5 geeky facts about satellite TV

    1.  There are over 2,500 communication satellites approx. 36,000km above the earth’s surface in a geostationary orbit around the equator, known as the Clarke Belt (named after scientist and sci-fi author, Arthur C. Clarke)   Ref: http://www.satelliteguys.us/xen/attachments/boeing-sat-map-pdf.92055 2 . It takes approx. 0.6 seconds for data to travel from a satellite to your TV screen […]

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