Here’s what to do when you’ve accidentally cut an RG6 or RG59 coaxial TV cable in your roof or wall.
This is a state by state guide to the residential tenancy rules with regard to Digital TV. Problems with Digital
This is a guide to the essential tools for doing your own Digital TV antenna or cabling work. In this guide
Here’s how to install a socket for Digital TV using a wall plate on a plasterboard wall. In this article
RF Amplifiers can solve a lot of problems with Digital TV reception. Here’s an easy guide on how to know
A splitter is used to connect multiple TVs or other devices to a single TV antenna. Using a TV splitter
Here’s a step by step guide to install an f type splitter or saddle and clamp splitter for Digital TV.
Here’s a step by step procedure for terminating an RG6 or RG59 coax cable with either a crimp or compression F connector.
The first stage of terminating a coax cable is stripping the end. Here’s a step by step procedure with video on how to strip coax cable using two different types of tools.
The great thing about modern Digital TVs is that they so thin they can be attached to the wall very neatly. There are numerous different mount methods that cover a wide range of situations. In this article I’ll give an overview of the types of mount available and the pros and cons of each.