The Government of Australia is undertaking significant measures to ensure that the ‘digital’ switchover is achieved smoothly. Analog TV signals will be pulled out from every single region of Australia, by December 3, as per government’s notice. So, if you want to enjoy Freeview channels, you have to welcome the shift.
And yes, in order to enjoy uninterrupted viewing, you also need to replace your analog antenna with a digital aerial, which is a necessity to say the least..
Why should you opt for a digital antenna when you already own a digital TV?
Assuming that you are not familiar with the functionalities of digital TV aerials, here’s what such antennas can do for you:
You already have a digital antenna, yet you are not able to receive the desired picture quality? If such a situation crops up, then you can take the following measures:
Consult expert antenna installers to get rid off such problems. Such technicians can fit bird spikes that deter birds from landing on your TV antenna. They will also advise you are investing in a quality aerial.
A customer in Athelstone was receiving poor receptions, and required amplified systems and the use of a repeater via UHF. Jim’s Antennas installed a Hills Tru-Max 36 LTE filtered UHF Phased Array. These systems are great at picking up signal through trees and obstacles. Coupled with a new ALCAD AM187 Masthead Amplifier which gives great […]
Bill Murdoch, Jim’s Antennas Regional Franchisor for Adelaide, South Australia, recently reported an increase in enquiries relating to the installation of Smart TV’s throughout Adelaide and the wider South Australian region. Bill sees Smart TV as the way of the future, and is ever aware of the need for his fleet of technicians to have […]
Vansat is an automatic signal finding setup that sets itself up at the push of a button. In the Mackay area, Vansat systems are supplied by a locally owned business and professionally installed by Graham from Jim’s Antennas. For the job shown in the pictures here, the satellite dish was installed at a caravan park […]
While working on one of Adelaide’s largest meat processes Shane from Jim’s Antennas Wynn Vale met the owner of the Princess Royal Cattle Station, who went on to advise Shane they have never had quality TV reception in the 10 years they had been on the station. Even though the station was a two hour […]