PLEASE NOTE: As the satellite dishes are 36 thousand kilometers from your dish, even at the speed of light, there are small delays known as ‘latency’ of around 0.6 seconds. Therefore, although this is not notable during general internet use, it is not recommend for gaming, internet phones, webcams and virtual private networks (VPN’s).
1a Aerials were asked to provide WiFi coverage for The Really Wild Festival in 2015, which was hosted for the first year at Pwll Caerog farm, the home of Celtic Camping. For one weekend to enable the festival to provide the full mix of entertainment to its paying visitors, the site was transformed […]
Celtic Camping offers group bunkhouse accommodation and spacious camping not far from Aberieddy, on the edge of the stunning coast of West Wales. Prior to our visit, the team were managing to run the entire business off an internet connection speed of less than 2MB. Reliable broadband is essential in order for the team […]
New Inn caravan park is a quiet, family friendly site in a secluded location approximately 5 miles north of Saundersfoot. Prior to our visit, the site had no mobile phone reception or broadband feed. With more residents using their holiday home as a temporary base during the summer season, the need for access to […]
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. […]
Working in the outdoors with fabulous views of the Pembrokeshire coast is a regular occurrence for the 1a team and so when we were asked to provide WiFi broadband coverage for the Really Wild Food & Countryside Festival in St Davids last weekend, we knew we were in for a treat. The new venue at Celtic […]