Commencing July 2010, the Australian government is phasing out analogue TV transmissions in South Australia. The switch has already commenced in regional areas, with Adelaide due to switch in July 2013.
There’s no need to wait though – digital transmissions are available now and all late model TV’s and Set Top Boxes are digital ready.
If you manage a commercial facility with a common antenna system or strata owned television equipment such as modulators and decoders, we can help you get Digital-Ready!
Below you will find links to downloadable technical information regarding the switchover. These brochures are published by the Dept of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy and they are designed to assist in planning and preparation for the switchover.
Digital TV Timetable by Region – PDF
Digital TV – Antenna Systems for Homes – ZIP
Digital TV – Multi Dwelling Units (MDU) Handbook – PDF
The following areas have already converted to digital-only transmissions…
Broken Hill, Riverland, Renmark, Loxton, South East South Australia, Mt Gambier, Naracoorte, Bordertown, Spencer Gulf, Port Lincoln, Whyalla, & Port Augusta.
Use an Australian Government Endorsed Antenna Installer…
Our specialist technicians are endorsed under the Australian Government Antenna Installer Endorsement scheme and have undertaken individual assesment to ensure they have the appropriate skills and knowledge to assist with the digital rollout. When on site, our technicians will be identified with an endorsement badge like this;
Please contact our consultants us to arrange a complimentary discussion and site survey.
When you have a compliant antenna and cabling system in Adelaide, you will be able to receive the following Free-to-Air channels;