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IRSCAB

These are Aerials and Dishes used to receive analogue and digitised signals from transmitters, i.e. terrestrial masts or geostationary satellites. The signals, depending on the origin, are suitably converted to radio frequency 'RF' which travels down cables to a receiver/decoder, TV, Radio or Set Top Box of some description.

This is the same for any modern terrestrial or satellite reception system. Antennas serving say, above four tenants or receivers may use more substantial or commercial equipment.

Predecessor to the integrated systems; The system used an amp to feed heavy RF cable with a strong signal capable of feeding multiple receivers. The heavy cable then fed tenants receiver via conventional cable and 'T' pieces 'Taps' at appropriate points. The system caters well for analogue signal, but became largely redundant after DSO (Digital Switch-Over) and increased demand for digital systems.

Instead of the signals being distributed from a multiple output LNB (Low Noise Block, the receiver at the end of a dish) or distribution amp, a multi-switch is used.

Depending on the specification and distribution requirements, a multi-switch can offer between 4 and 32 outputs and be configured in cascade (series) or parallel to meet a variety of requirements. Multi-Switches also receive and distribute a wider range of frequencies, allowing signals from single or multiple antennas to be distributed reliably to many receivers over a greater distance.

This combining of signals from various terrestrial and satellite transmitters now permits a single cable feed to supply a wide range of services to a tenants receiver.

 

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Shared Aerial System

 

Shared aerial systems are one or more aerial(s) used to receive Radio and TV signals from terrestrial transmitters.

The signals, via cables, and a signal combiner (if required) are sent to a distribution multi-switch with sufficient outputs to supply all tenants.

This is the most efficient and economical way of distributing signals from terrestrial transmitters to tenants Radio's and TV's in communal dwellings (flats and/or apartments).

This system is also capable of combining coaxial based CCTV cameras, viewable from any television set in your property connected to the system. See multipoint CCTV

  • Wide-band high-gain UHF aerial
  • Fixtures and fittings as required i.e suitable mast, brackets & fixing bolts
  • Multi-Switch & Cabinet as required or customer specified, i.e. indoors
  • Suitable cabling and containment as required i.e. RF, earth & power cable
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    Simple Shared Aerial System
    Schematic of a typical shared aerial system
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    Shared Dish System

     

    Shared dish systems are a dish or dishes used to receive Radio and TV signals from satellite transmitters.

    The signals, via cables, are sent to a distribution multi-switch with sufficient outputs to supply all tenants, moreover, the receivers return power to the multi-switch meaning no landlord power supply is needed.

    This is the most efficient and economical way of distributing satellite signals to tenants receivers and TV's in communal dwellings (flats and/or apartments).

  • 80+cm dish & quattro LNB
  • Fixtures and fittings as required i.e suitable mast, brackets & fixing bolts
  • Multi-Switch & cabinet as required or customer specified, i.e. indoors
  • Suitable cabling and containment as required i.e. RF & earth cable

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    Simple Shared Dish System
    Schematic of a typical shared dish system
     

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    Shared Dish & Aerial System

     


    Combined antennas: Shared aerial and dish used to receive Radio and TV signals from terrestrial and satellite transmitters.

    The signals, via cables and a signal combiner (if required) are sent to a distribution multi-switch with sufficient outputs to supply all tenants.

    This is the most efficient and economical way of distributing signals from terrestrial and satellite transmitters to tenants Radio's and TV's in communal dwellings (flats and/or apartments).

  • Wide-band high-gain UHF aerial
  • 80+cm dish & quattro LNB
  • Fixtures and fittings as required i.e suitable mast, brackets & fixing bolts
  • Multi-Switch & Cabinet as required or customer specified, i.e. indoors
  • Suitable cabling and containment as required i.e. RF, earth & power cable
  • DC 18V Power Supply
  • Simple Shared Dish System
    Schematic of a typical shared dish & aerial system
     

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    Intergrated Reception System

     

    Intergrated Reception Systems (IRS) are the complete commercial tv package. Simliar to it's predecessors, an IRS intergrates and combines all the shared antennas producing a large range of services and distributing them across your system to each point. A commercial dish and UHF aerial array is poistioned at the most appropriate and discrete point of your building. Usually situated in communial dwellings (blocks of flats and apartments) this is an all-in-one system designed to cater a verity of digital televsion for your tenants.

     

  • Wide-band high-gain UHF aerial
  • 80+cm dish & quattro LNB
  • Fixtures and fittings as required i.e suitable mast, brackets & fixing bolts
  • Multi-Switch & Cabinet as required or customer specified, i.e. indoors
  • Suitable cabling and containment as required i.e. RF, earth & power cable
  • DC 18V Power Supply
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    Schematic of a typical intergrated reception system
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    Features

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    Extended Reception System

     

    Extended Reception Systems (IRS) are the complete commercial tv package. Simliar to it's predecessors, an IRS intergrates and combines all the shared antennas producing a large range of services and distributing them across your system to each point.

    A commercial dish and UHF aerial array is poistioned at the most appropriate and discrete point of your building. Usually situated in communial dwellings (blocks of flats and apartments) this is an all-in-one system designed to cater a verity of digital televsion for your tenants.

    This system combines coaxial based CCTV cameras, viewable from any television set in your property connected to the system. See multipoint CCTV.

  • Twin wide-band high-gain UHF aerial
  • 80+cm dish & quattro LNB
  • Fixtures and fittings as required i.e suitable mast, brackets & fixing bolts
  • Multi-Switch & Cabinet as required or customer specified, i.e. indoors
  • Suitable cabling and containment as required i.e. RF, earth & power cable
  • Upto 16 CCTV survailance cameras viewable at every wall outlet
  • DC 18V Power Supply
  • Schematic of a extended reception system