A Digital TV Antenna Installation Lets You Enjoy 17 Freeview Channels

Television technology has grown leaps and bounds over the years: Plasmas, LCDs, LEDs and now Smart TVs have replaced the traditional analogue television sets we have been used to. We are able to enjoy clearer, life-like pictures and distortion-free, crisp sounds thanks to advanced digital reception capabilities. Along with the advancements in TV technology, the reception technology has also evolved. The humble TV antenna has been replaced by its digital counterpart who beams plenty of free-to-air television stations, also known as free-view, to most Australian households.

If you have an analogue television set, you don’t have to buy a new TV. A digital antenna installation is what you need. Together with a set top box, you can enjoy all the new stations that follow a different frequency bandwidth as well as all the analogue stations you are used to watching. Many Australian cities have benefited from this transition and people are now accessing 17 or more quality free-view channels without spending an extra dollar. Get in touch with a certified antenna installer in your area and experience digital TV reception at its best.

Hire digital aerial experts and enjoy TV the way it’s meant to be

But why choose someone else when you can do the installation yourself? The answer is simple. You won’t have to worry about fidgeting with complicated equipment or climbing onto rooftops to change over aerials. In addition, experienced service providers are able to precisely evaluate your digital aerial needs to ensure you get the best possible reception for your viewing pleasure. They also make sure you have access to all the latest digital stations like Gem and 7 mates without having to spend extra cash for a new TV.

It’s time to call in the experts if you haven’t experienced digital television yet. They will be able to supply you with a compatible digital TV aerial which will amaze you with the range of new stations at your disposal. The number and quality of the new television channels is comparable with pay television; so, if your television doesn’t have digital technology, you are surely missing out on all the free benefits. Kick back, relax and enjoy a wide variety of new TV shows you didn’t even know existed. Dial a reputed installer and feel the difference digital technology offers today.

What more can you expect from your antenna specialist?

Here are some of the other benefits of employing the services of digital antenna specialists:

Professional installations backed by a full, no-fuss warranty

Qualified technicians

Local franchises for prompt, flexible service schedules

Digital TV upgrades

Antenna systems

Home Theatre set-ups

Industry-leading equipment and cabling

Telephone and computer points

Video Intercoms

Security SystemsAntenna installers know TV antennas inside out and help you get the best reception possible with a quick turnaround time. Their technicians are fully insured to work in your premises so that you don’t have to worry about compensating for any damage from your own wallet. Why waste another day watching limited, free-to-air stations when you can enjoy the full bouquet of digital and free-view channels with a simple installation?

James Taylor has worked with some of the leading consumer durable companies in Australia. He is also a TV antenna expert and is associated with a technology magazine where he writes a column on making sense of the digital revolution.

One Nation Under CCTV
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Image by tj.blackwell
“What kind of world we are creating? It is the exact opposite of the hedonistic Utopias that the old reformers imagined. Something huge, terrible, and glittering—a world of steel and concrete, of monstrous machines and terrifying weapons.” George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty Four


It’s been a while since I opened up Photoshop for a bit of cheeky image editing, so here’s the latest experimental result! This one depicts a very British dystopia. George Orwell remains an infinitely quotable chap for this sort of subject, and I highly recommend his thought-provoking literary works. ‘Nineteen Eighty Four’ was a truly visionary undertaking – it foreshadowed the concept of a surveillance society long before the development of modern day technologies that would make it all possible.

Britain is leading the world when it comes to CCTV. It has one and a half times as many surveillance cameras as communist China. The exact number of them in the UK is not known but an estimate in 2002 counted the figure at well over four million. The methodology of collecting such statistics is rather vague but reasonable research suggests that our country now has one camera for every 14 people.

The security infrastructure being created, whilst valid in many respects, presents a plethora of worrying possibilities. The coupling of CCTV cameras with facial recognition algorithms that track people through crowds, read registration plates and log all this data for future use is handy for current civil enforcement but leaves the door open for the state of the future to have profound levels of control over society.

(Thanks go to Richard Dawkins and the editors of Boing Boing for using the image to illustrate this article and sending lots of visitors here as a result.)

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