Wherever TV equipment is being used, it will need to be checked and the appropriate action instigated to ensure continuity of service beyond switchover.
This applies equally to commercial as well as residential accommodation. Accordingly property managers for shops, offices, leisure facilities, pubs, clubs, airports, and train, bus and coach stations will need to consider the infrastructure that supports their TV equipment, in conjunction with the freeholder/ leaseholder.
Modern shops and offices buildings that have been cabled for computer systems will generally have the infrastructure and capacity to support digital TV services through the communal aerial.
Premises without this modern cable system will need to consider a number of options available to them including cost and budget and customer expectations.
As with residential properties, commercial buildings that have communal aerials systems that are over 20 years old should anticipate the need for an upgrade and possible replacement. It is advised that any system over 10 years old should be checked by a qualified aerial contractor in readiness for switchover.
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