communal aerial

communal aerial

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communal antenna

n
(Broadcasting) a television or radio receiving aerial from which received signals are distributed by cable to several outlets
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It says the majority of homes affected will not be able to install the equipment themselves and 83% of affected homes use either an amplifier or are reliant on a communal aerial system, which would need professional installation support, involving considerable cost.
A the grandmother of a serving soldier, I couldn't get over the fact that the boys on camp each have to pay for a TV licence as they don't have a communal aerial.
The pictures were beamed onto their television screens via a communal aerial, allowing them to refuse entry to undesirables, anti-social louts and even troublesome door-to-door salesmen.
uk/propertymanagers, it is the definitive step-by-step guide to switchover, offering practical advice and tools for property managers, especially those with responsibility for communal aerial systems.
Many tenants live in blocks dependent on communal aerial systems which will need updating.
If you live, for example, in a block of flats, and share a communal aerial, you may need to contact the local authority, housing association or landlord as the whole system will need to be upgraded.
In addition to telephone points, every flat will have an ISDN-compatible line, television points linked to a communal aerial and satellite system, audio door entry system and in ground floor properties, a security alarm will be fitted.
A spokesman added: "The difficulties he had were due to the inadequacy of his communal aerial.
Residents who rely on a communal aerial system should speak to their landlord, letting agent or property manager to make they can still receive television after the switchover.
People living in a block of flats in Keswick Walk say a communal aerial cable for which they pay rent has rusted and is ruining their viewing.
The 180 folk of New Lanark have struggled with fuzzy pictures from their communal aerial for years because it is nestled in a deep gorge.
Owners of German-built Degraff sets can get signals which usually have to be decoded, and the reception is best when it comes from a communal aerial on a high building.