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How To Fit An F Connector Onto A Coaxial Cable For Sky, Satellite & Aerial Connections
 
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Quick and to the point on how to make a screw on F connector for Sky, satellite and numerous aerial connections, including tolls that are needed. Visit https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/ for more great info.
Views: 48633 Smart Aerials
How to terminate a coaxial cable into a wall plate
 
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For more information like this https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/ One of the things that can get your attention is the wondering of how you can fit a coaxial plug onto a coaxial cable. Well, it is pretty simple. However, without the right guide to give you the instructions, you wouldn't know for sure. Now, this article will be on how you can fit a coaxial plug onto a coaxial cable. In order for you to follow the instructions that are going to be presented here, tools you will need are. 1 x coaxial cable cutting tool (side cutters) and 1x coaxial cable stripping tool such as utility knife. You will also need the coaxial cable and coaxial plug too of course. Here are the steps in which you can be able to know how to fit a coaxial plug onto a coaxial cable. Step 1. Cut the outermost layer of the cable with your utlity knife. This is called the PVC jacket. You will need to cut back 2cm approx. and be careful not to cut out all of it though as you will need to do it again. Step 2. Now you can see the cable braid in there. Just don’t damage it and just pull them back over the remaining PVC jacket. This will reveal the dialectric material, in this case this a foam type substance. With the utility knife cut back about 5mm from the already cut cable revealing the centre conductor. Step 3. Now grab your plug and unscrew it. Put the cable, specifically your thick braid into the unscrewed plug. Do you still see the set-aside bronze cords? Yup, using the part of your plug, you need to keep them together. Insert the part of that plug into your cable until such time that it keeps your braid in one space. Step 4. Insert another part of your plug above the cable. It kind of locks it out but there still needs another part of the plug that you need to insert into it. Again, be careful that you do not harm the centre conductor. It’s best to either bend the centre conductor before inserting the plug. Step 5. Now grab your cutter and cut the extending part of the centre conductor. Step 6. Insert now the last remaining bit of your plug. Twist it on the cable so that it would fit in right there and there, You can make sure that it doesn’t get moved while the cable is inserted on your TV. These are the steps in which you need to learn in order for you to be able to fit a coaxial plug into a coaxial cable. This way, you will have a convenient time of TV viewing and if something goes wrong with your TV reception, you ill not be needing the help of any technician because you can just do it on your own. If you want to learn another technique you can watch this video: https://youtu.be/jjMiCgyeFm4 https://youtu.be/TEfD6GJ61GM You can learn more about the coaxial connection here. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TV_aerial_plug
Views: 43238 Smart Aerials
How To Fit A Right Angled Coaxial Plug Onto A Coax Cable
 
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For more great information like this, please visit the Smart Aerials website. https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/ This video shows you how to terminate a right angled Televes coaxial connector. This connection can be used when there is little space to insert the plug when TV's are on walls for example. Now, it is time for you to learn a new thing. But first, tools and materials you will need: 1x Right angled coaxial plug 1x piece of coaxial TV cable 1x coaxial preparation tool (utility knife) 1x coaxial cable cutting tool (side cutters) Here are the steps that you should follow in order for you to be able to terminate a right-angled coaxial plug. Step 1. Grab your cable. Cut its outer PVC jacket and make sure that the cable braid inside it, are not damaged or in any way affected by the cutting and pull back over the PVC jacket. Step 2. Cut dielectric, this is the white foam within the cable and remove. In doing this, reveal the inner conductor. Step 3. Cut the tip of the centre conductor so that’ extends from the end of the dielectric approx. 5mm Step 4. Grab your right-angled coaxial plug. You can see at its bottom a screw. Now, using your screwdriver, you need to unscrew it so that the center conductor can be inserted into it. Step 5. Now get your cable and position the centre conductor of the cable into the screw part of your right-angled coaxial plug and tighten the screw Step 6. Apply the back of the plug so it fits into the part of the connector with the screw, push together and tighten with final remaining screw part of the plug the goes around the PVC jacket. These are the steps in which you can be able to fit your cable into the right-angled coaxial plug. Remember a coaxial cable should never be kinked and using a right angled coaxial plug for tight spaces can help you avoid this. If you liked this video please watch more from our Youtube channel, you can watch these videos: https://youtu.be/s1ygYgwzo2M https://youtu.be/6HAfDfpZ_Gc More information on the coaxial connection can be found here. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coaxial_cable
Views: 2664 Smart Aerials
How To Fit A Coax TV Plug Onto A Coaxial Cable
 
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How to terminate a coaxial IEC plug onto a coaxial cable. The connector is used for connections to TV's amplifiers and radios. For more info please visit https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/
Views: 1781 Smart Aerials
How To Programme A SKY REMOTE To Control TV VOLUME
 
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This video shows you how to programme a Sky remote so that you can control your TV volume and some other functions like turning the TV off and on and changing the TV source.
Views: 32663 Smart Aerials
What's Different With The New Sky Q LNB
 
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This video shows you the difference with the new Sky Q LNB and what is the difference between a standard universal Quad or Octo LNB.
Views: 12679 Smart Aerials
How To Fit A TV Aerial Splitter For Extra TV Points
 
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Watch this video to see how to install a TV aerial splitter onto your existing aerial cable for extra TV points around your home or property. This video shows you how to install both indoor and outdoor TV aerial splitters. The splitters used in this video are a Vision 2 way indoor F splitter and a 2 way Antiference outdoor TV aerial splitter. Tools you will need: 1x Stanley knife or Utility blade 1x Side cutters Parts you will need: 1x aerial splitter Screw On F Connectors Coaxial cable Step By Step Guide 1) Cut the existing aerial cable where you intend to install the splitter. 2) Install F connectors on both ends of the cable. 3) Install a third F connector onto a new coaxial cable which will be fed into a new room, repeat this process for as many extra cables you will be installing. 4) Insert the aerial input cable into the input of the splitter. 5) Install all the remaining output cables and screw into position. 6) Tighten all F connectors with a 11mm spanner or pliers to maintain the integrity of the cable screen and to minimize RF leakage. 7) Secure the splitter in position. The cable can now be fed into extra TV's. For more information on how to install an F connector onto a RG6 coaxial cable, please watch this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjMiCgyeFm4&t=51s For more information on the F connection used in this video, please visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F_connector
Views: 9223 Smart Aerials
Setting SKY+ Box Onto SINGLE FEED Mode
 
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This video shows you how to set a Sky+HD box into single feed mode for when only one satellite cable can be connected to the Sky box itself. This should be done so that the Sky box behaves as should do but please be aware that when you have the Sky box connected in single feed mode you will only be able to watch and record one programme at a time.
Views: 1517 Smart Aerials
How To Install A TV Aerial Masthead Amplifier And Power Supply Unit
 
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This video shows you how to install a TV aerial masthead amplifier and power supply unit. With this type of amplifier the power supplied via the coaxial cable itself which usually plugs in by a TV. This makes it perfect for installing amplifiers in positions where there is otherwise no electrical power point to plug a traditional aerial amplifier in, like in lofts, outside or on the aerial mast itself. In the video demonstration, A wolsey 4 way 0-10dB masthead amplifier and Wolsey 12V power supply unit have been installed onto a Optima log periodic wideband aerial. Tools you will need: 1x Stanley Blade or Utility Knife 1x Side cutters Parts you will need: 1x Masthead amplifier 1x 12V Power supply unit F connectors Insulating tape for securing cable to mast Step by step guide: Masthead amplifier 1) Cut the existing aerial cable where you intend to install the masthead amplifier. 2) Install F connectors on both ends of the cable. 3) Install a third F connector (If you're using a multiple output masthead amplifier) onto a new coaxial cable which will be fed into a new room, repeat this process for as many extra cables you will be installing. 4) Insert the aerial input cable into the input of the masthead amplifier. 5) Install all the remaining output cables and screw into position. 6) Tighten all F connectors with a 11mm spanner or pliers to maintain the integrity of the cable screen and to minimize RF leakage. 7) Secure the amplifier in position. Power Supply Unit 8) Cut the aerial cable where you intend to install the power supply unit. 9) Install F connectors on both ends of the cable. 10) Screw the aerial side cable into the input of the power supply unit, often marked aerial or 12V. 11) Screw the TV side cable into the output of the power supply unit, often marked TV or output. 12) Plug power supply unit into mains point. For more information on how to install a F connector please watch this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjMiCgyeFm4 If you need to install a separate splitter for extra TV point, please watch this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0czhlNBjyI For more information on how to install a masthead amplifier, please read our blog. https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/blog/how-to-install-a-masthead-amplifier-and-power-supply-unit
Views: 4049 Smart Aerials
How to join a coaxial cable for satellite, TV aerial and radio and Sky
 
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For more great information like this please visit, https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/ Do you have a coaxial cable that is too short and needs just extending a few metres or have you accidentally cut through the TV cable when doing the gardening. You do not need to rush out and buy and whole new cable. Done correctly you can join and extend an aerial or satellite cable with little effect to the signal. This video shows you how to prepare an F join, perhaps the most suitabable connection when joining coaxial cables. In order for you to be able to join the coaxial cable, you need to have cable, cable cutting tool (side-cutters) and cable preparation tool (Utility knife). Here are the steps that you need to learn so that you can be able to join a coaxial cable for satellite, TV aerial and radio, and Sky. Remember, it only looks complicated but really it is not. You just have to follow the instructions given to you. Step 1. Make an F connector. If you haven’t watched this video already please watch this here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjMiCgyeFm4&t=39s Your cable has two sides, right? The other one has been attached to an F connector already but the other one is not yet. Step 2. Using your cable preparation tool, cut back approximately 1cm of the PVC outer covering. Step 3. Pull back the cable braid and screen and cut back approximately 5mm of the dialectic, this is the white foam filled centre. But this may be different depending on the type of cable. Step 4. Twist the screw on F connector over the top of the braid which has been pulled back over the PVC jacket into position leaving a 2mm “stinger” from the centre conductor extending from the end of the cable plug Step 5. If not done already, repeat this process for the other side of the cable. Step 6. With an F coupler/ barrel connector insert both F connectors into either side of the plug and tighten. This should be given an extra quarter turn with a spanner but finger tight will suffice. Hope that this video has helped you in some way. These are the steps in which you can join a coaxial cable for satellite, TV aerial and radio, and Sky. Do you want to learn more? Do you want another tutorial on how to connect cables and plugs? If so, follow these sites: https://youtu.be/_zL3wD_k5T8 https://youtu.be/WwBVv27QInQ More information on the F connection can be found here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F_connector
Views: 59721 Smart Aerials
How To Install A Waterproof Outside TV Cable Coaxial Join
 
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If you are wondering how to join a coaxial cable outside and ensure that it is weatherproof and waterproof, watch this video. This video will show you how to repair a damaged TV coaxial cable. This is very common when an outside coaxial cable has been cut doing the gardening. Tools you will need: Stanley Blade or Ultility Knife Sidecutters Not essential - 11mm spanner or adjustable spanner or pliers Materials You will Need: F Connectors F coupler Amalgamating Tape (Maybe a small drop of silicone grease also) Step by step guide 1) Install F connectors on both ends of the coaxial cable 2) Screw both F connectors into the F coupler and tighten with spanner or pliers. 3) Remove plastic covering from amalgamating tape. 4) Starting on the coaxial cable before the join begins. Pull amalgamating tape to twice its length and wrap around join, each time overlapping existing tape but extending further over join. 5) Repeat wrapping process until join is completely covered by tape and pull tape to snap. 6) Not essential, but it's a good idea to smear join with silicone grease afterwards to ensure weatherproofing. For more information on how to join a coaxial cable visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gh2vn-an4WA For more information on how to install a F connector visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjMiCgyeFm4 For anything else aerial and satellite related, please visit the Smart Aerials website: https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/
Views: 1143 Smart Aerials
How To Assemble A SKY/ FREESAT satellite dish
 
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This video shows you how to assemble a Sky sytle zone 1 mini-dish which is commonly used for Sky & Freesat installations in the UK. This is an elipical 43cm satellite dish wihich can also be used for Astra 1 reception at 19.2E here in the south of Engalnd aswell as for receivcing broadcasts from 28.2E. If you need to install a satellite dish for Sky or Freesat in the north of England zone 2 satellite which is a slightly bigger version for compensate for the weaker satellite signals. The same satellite dish can also be used
Views: 844 Smart Aerials
Manual SOFTWARE UPDATE on Sky Box
 
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This videos shows you how to manually update the software on a Sky box. 1- Disconnect power 2- Press and hold back up on Sky box 3- Re-connect power. 4- Keep back up pressed until all lights illuminate on Sky box and updating software message appears on screen.
Views: 353 Smart Aerials
Aligning TV Aerials And How To Get Polarisation Correct
 
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This video gives some important information on how to correctly align your TV aerial with the right polarization. This is particularly important when re-aligning TV aerials from transmitter to transmitter as often nearby transmitters will broadcast their signals using a different polarization. It is very important to get this right when directing your antenna as to get it wrong can cause poor signal, loss of TV picture and pixelation. For more information on installing TV aerials these videos should help you too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjMiCgyeFm4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0czhlNBjyI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBxiE7REJKQ
Views: 1098 Smart Aerials
How To Access The Hidden Installer Menu On Sky Box
 
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This video shows you how to access the hidden installer menu on Sky boxes, Sky HD boxes and Sky+HD boxes. You may need to do this to change RF output, switch on the RF power supply on to set the box into single feed mode. Step by step guide. On the Sky handset press: 1- Press 'select' 2- Press in this order one after the other 0,0,1 3- Press 'select' This will reveal the hidden installer menu
Views: 610 Smart Aerials
How To Move The RF OUTPUT Channel On A Sky Box
 
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This video shows you how to move the RF output chanel on a Sky box. You may need to do this to make your magic eye system or sky playback system to work or just to make the picture better. Once you have moved the RF output channel remember to retune the TV's that are connected to it.
Views: 1876 Smart Aerials
The Difference Between Common Aerial & Satellite Coaxial TV Wallplates
 
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This video show the difference between most common aerial and satellite coaxial wall plates used that are used in most domestic and communal IRS TV systems. After watching this video you will able to identify most different types of aerial sockets and what purposes they serve, together with being able to choose your own coaxial wall plates. In the video I have demonstrated 1x Unscreened coaxial wallplate 1x Isolated Wallplate 1x Screened coaxial TV socket 1x Screened satellite socket 1x Module Face-plate with coaxial, F and HDMI modular inserts 1x Triplexed Wall-plate (TV, Sat, Radio/FM/DAB) 1x Quadplexed Wall-plate (TV, Sat1, Sat2. Radio/FM/DAB) 1x Multi-service wall-plate (Quadplexed, return, telephone) If need some more information on how to terminate coaxial cabling into TV aerial and satellite wall plates please watch these videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwBVv27QInQ&t=1s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OADaw6anakw&t=105s
Views: 4724 Smart Aerials
Xbox One - Fastest Internet Speed Test Wired vs WIFI
 
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This video is a give a speed test comparison between wired ethernet and WIFI connections on an Xbox One. By connecting your Xbox One with the fastest connection you will be able remove lag from online gaming & buffering when streaming video. Test Results were 42Mbps download over WIFI and 71Mbps with a wired ethernet cable. I also have my router right next to my Xbox so if the router was further away it's likely that the WIFI speed would have been slower.
Views: 645 Smart Aerials
The Difference Between Most Common Satellite LNB's, Quad, Octo, Quattro
 
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This is a video demonstration between the most common types of LNB's. The LNB serves multiple function and is the part of the satellite dish in which the coaxial cable that feeds your TV is connected. Once watching this video you should be able to tell the difference between the most common LNB types and identify the ones you're most likely to need for your own satellite system. LNB's in the demonstration: 1x Universal LNB - 40mm collar size 1x Universal Quad LNB - 40mm collar size 1x Sky mini-dish Quad LNB - 38mm collar size 1x Sky mini-dish Octo LNB - 38mm collar size 1x Sky Q LNB 1x Quattro LNB (which connects to the multi-switch amplifier) For more information on how to terminate a coaxial cable with a F connector which is required to connect to LNB's, watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjMiCgyeFm4&t=20s Please also visit: https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/
Views: 1840 Smart Aerials
How To Install A Telephone Extension Socket
 
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This video shows you how to install a telephone extension socket, which will enable you to have a second telephone or move your existing telephone or broadband router to a new position. Tools you will need 1x Cable cutting tool (Stanley blade or utility knife) 1x Knone Tool (IDC punch-down tool) 1x small headed screwdriver Step by step guide Master socket 1) Using a small headed screwdriver, remove the test socket part of the master telephone socket. 2) Insert cable extension cable. 3) Remove outer jacket of telephone cable with utility knife. Be careful not penetrate into the inside cable pairs. 4) If you cable has a drawstring. Pull the back to reveal a piece of virgin cable. 5) With the krone tool. Punch down the blue and white cable into terminal 2, the orange and white cable into terminal 3 and the white and blue cable into terminal 5. 6) Screw back test socket and telephone extension cabling. Extension socket 7) Repeat steps 3, 4, 5 at the telephone extension end. 8) screw back telephone extension socket. For more information on telephone extensions, please visit: https://www.smartaerials.co.uk https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extension_(telephone)
Views: 1418 Smart Aerials
How To Make A High Quality TV Flylead | TV Aerial & Satellite
 
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This video shows you how to make your own high-quality TV aerial or satellite flylead, which can connect between your wall socket and your television receiver. Many of the factory made flyleads are of inferior quality which can themselves cause loss of TV signal and pixilation and the high-quality versions, which can be purchased are often a lot more expensive than they need to be. This video will show you how to make your high quality TV lead for only a few pounds to exactly the correct length. Tools You Will Need To Prepare Your Own TV Aerial Flylead 1x Stanley Blade, utility knife or coaxial preparation tool 1x Side cutters Parts You Will Need to A TV Aerial Flylead 2x Coaxial IEC plugs Coaxial cable Step By Step Guide To Make Your Own TV Aerial Lead 1) Separate the coaxial IEC plug into its individual four parts. These are a Screw cap, a main coaxial outside body, an inner core connector and a claw. 2) Over the top of the coaxial cable. Insert the screw cap onto the end of the coaxial cable that you wish to terminate. The threaded side must point towards the end of the cable. 3) With the coaxial stripping tool or utility knife. Around 1 inch or 25mm away from the cable end, make a small incision around the PVC jacket of the cable. Be extra vigilant not to cut out all the way though as you do not want to cut into the coaxial braid & screen itself. 4) Remove the cut PVC sheath revealing the cable braid and screen. 5) Fold the cable braid back over the top of the PVC outer sheath and secure back with the metal claw. It helps to give this a twist to keep all of the individual cable strands in place. 5) If using a double screened cable like in the DIY video, with the coaxial stripping tool cut away the cable screen and remove revealing the internal dielectric material. 6) Around 3mm or 1/10 of an inch away from the metal claw, with the utility knife cut away the dielectric revealing the centre conductor/ inner core. 7) Make a slight bend in the inner core around half way. Insert the inner core connector of the coaxial plug itself over the centre conductor/ inner core. The kink in the cable will help make a good contact of the inner core connector of the coaxial plug. 8) With the coaxial cutting tool (scissors or side-cutters) cut the cable inner core flush with the end of the inner core connector of the coaxial plug. 9) Slide on main coaxial outer body over the inner core connector of the plug. 10) With the screw cap, screw this hand tight over the main coaxial outside body or the plug. 11) Repeat steps 1-10 on the other side of the coaxial cable. You are now ready to insert your TV aerial fly lead into your TV and wall plate. If you have a male wall plate which doesn't allow the coaxial plug to be inserted. You will either need to change the wall plate or insert a coaxial coupler onto the socket. Tools You Will Need to Make A Satellite Fly-lead (F type) 1x side cutters 1x utility knife or coaxial cable preparation tool Parts You Will Need 2x F Connectors (Screw on connectors are used in the video) Coaxial Cable Step By Step Guide For Make Satellite TV Lead 1) With the coaxial stripping tool or utility knife. Around 12mm or half an inch away from the cable end make a small round incision outermost layer (cable sheath) of the cable. Be careful not to cut out all the way though as you do not want to cut into the coaxial braid itself. Remove the cut cable sheath revealing the cable braid and screen. 2) Fold the cable braid back over the cable sheath. 3) If using a double screened cable like in the video demonstration, with the coaxial stripping tool cut away the cable screen and remove revealing the internal dielectric material. 4) With the utility knife, cut the dielectric material leaving around 3mm of insulation in place. 5) Screw the F plug into position over the top of the folded back cable braid. Keep twisting the until the dielectric is flush with the inside beginning of the threaded part of the plug. You should be left with 2mm of the centre conductor protruding the end of the plug. This is also known as "the stinger". 6) If you have any more than 2mm of the centre conductor protruding the end of the plug, trim back to 2mm using the cable cutting tool. 7) Repeat steps 1-6 on the other side of the coaxial cable. You now have a high-quality satellite TV fly lead that you use to connect your satellite TV or satellite receiver, like a Sky or Freesat box and most DAB radios. For more videos on how to make F connectors and coaxial plugs please see the videos below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjMiCgyeFm4&t=3s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HAfDfpZ_Gc&t=72s
Views: 846 Smart Aerials
How To Fit A BNC Crimp On Plug Onto RG59 Cable For CCTV
 
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This video shows to how to install a crimp on BNC plug connector onto a RG59 cable for CCTV installations. The BNC connector is the most common plug used in analogue CCTV systems and HD-TVI systems. Tools you will need to install the BNC plug: 1x BNC Crimp Tool 1x Stanley Blade / Utility Knife 1x Side Cutters Step by Step 1) Insert the BNC ring onto the coaxial cable 2) Using a Stangley Blade or ultility knife, but back about 1nc/2.5cm of the PVC outer jacket and expose braiding and center conductor 3) Fold back cable braid over PVC jacket and cut dielectric to correct length exposing center conductor. 4) Fit BNC pin onto center conductor 5) Insert cable into main BNC body and push until you hear a small click 6) Push metal ring over cable braid and over BNC body. 7) Using BNC crimp tool, crimp metal ring. 8) Cut back excess cable braid. For more information on CCTV systems and the BNC plug please visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BNC_connector https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/cctv/cctv
Views: 600 Smart Aerials
How to fit a RJ11 router connection onto a telephone cable
 
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Please watch the video above to show you how to fit a RJ11 plug terminated onto a two pair telephone cable. This connector is mainly used for connections in ADSL filters and DSL connections into routers. For more information like this please vist https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/areas-covered/telephone-engineers-eastbourne-east-sussex
Views: 1020 Smart Aerials
Diffrence Between RG6 & RG59 Coaxial Cables
 
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If you were wondering what the differences between RG6 & RG59 coaxial cables are watch this video for more infomation. This video dicusses whether RG6 or equivalent like CT00 can be used for CCTV systems and whether RG59 can be used for TV aerial and satellite systems.
Views: 492 Smart Aerials
How To RETUNE A SAMSUNG TV
 
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This video shows you how to re-tune a Samsung TV using the auto-tune function. The method shown is for tuning in TV aerial signals for Freeview but the same technqiue can be used for tuning in Freesat TV's and services like Soarview in Ireland.
Views: 2593 Smart Aerials
Connecting A Laptop to TV Using HDMI Cable
 
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This video shows you how to connect a laptop to a TV using a HDMI cable. THis will allow to you view and access anything on your laptop on your TV and can make non Smart TV's - Smart. As you will be able to use the web browser to access things like Youtube, iPlayer, Amazon Prime & Netflix on your TV screen.
Views: 171 Smart Aerials
How To Join A Telephone Cable Using Jelly Crimps And Junction Box
 
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If you are wondering how to join a telephone cable, let this video be a guide to you. This will show you how to extend a telephone cable using 2 cables, or move an existing cable or help you repair a damaged telephone cable without having to pay an expensive call out fee to your telephone service provider. Tools You Will Need: Jelly Crimp Method 1x Cable Cutting Tool - Utility knife or Stanley blade 1x Side cutters 1x Jelly Crimp Tool Materials you will need: Jelly Crimps Telephone Cable Step By Step Guide: 1) Using Utility Knife, make a small incision around telephone cable and remove outer jacket. Be careful not to penetrate into the inside pairs. 2) If you cable has it included and you have enough spare cable, pull the drawstring to reveal virgin section of cable. 3) Separate cable pairs and individual cables. 4) Insert the cables to wish to join into the jelly crimp, usually the same colors and usually colors blue, orange and white and blue cable. 5) With Jelly crimp tool compress the top of the plug so that it squeezes down onto cable, a small amount of grease should be released from the jelly crimp. Junction Box Method 1x Cable Cutting Tool - Utility knife or Stanley blade 1x Side cutters 1x IDC Krone Punch down Tool Materials you will need: Telephone Cable Telephone Junction box Step By Step Guide: 1) Using Utility Knife, make a small incision around telephone cable and remove outer jacket. Be careful not to penetrate into the inside pairs. 2) If you cable has it included and you have enough spare cable, pull the drawstring to reveal virgin section of cable. 3) Separate cable pairs and individual cables. 4) Insert the cables to wish to join into the junction box, usually the same colors and usually colors blue, orange and white and blue cable with terminals 2,3,5 used respectively. 5) With the Krone tool punch down each of the cables you wish to join. 6) repeat this process for the other side of the cable. 7) Screw down lid of the junction box. For more telephone information, please visit: https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/
Views: 644 Smart Aerials
How To Install A Satellite Wallplate Onto A Coaxial Cable
 
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This video shows you how to install a satellite wall plate and connecting to a coaxial cable. This is perfect for when you want to neaten up your TV system or have flexibility if you're likely to move the TV around the room. The tools you will need: 1x sidecutters 1x Stanley knife or utility blade 1x small flat-headed screwdriver Parts you will need 1x satellite wallplate coaxial cable Step by step 1) Using the cable cutters . cut the coaxial cable to the correct length. This needs to be short enough so that the wall plate can fit into the back box. 2) Using the utility knife, perform a small incision around the outside of the PVC jacket around 1.5cm or half an inch away from the end of the cable, forming a ring and remove. Exposing the cable braid and screen. 3)Fold back the cable braid and remove the screen. 4) Around 0.5cm or 1/6 inch, using the utility knife cut back the dielectric exposing the center conductor. 5) Loosen the screws on the wall plate and insert the center conductor into the center screw down terminal. 6) Tighten all screws so that the center conductor and ground shield (braid) are making a secure connection. 7) Screw wall plate into back box. For more information on terminating coaxial cables into similar wall plates/ wall jacks for TV aerial connections. Please watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwBVv27QInQ To prepare the F connectors required to connect into the front of the wallplate, please watch this great DIY video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjMiCgyeFm4 For more aerial and satellite information, please visit: https://www.smartaerials.co.uk
Views: 895 Smart Aerials
How To Install A MAGIC EYE For Sky Box
 
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This video shows you how to install an infra red magic eye so that you can view anc control your Sky box in two or more rooms. The magic eye if also commonly known as remote eyes and connected to the RF2 ouput on the back of Sky boxes. If your Sky box doesn't have an RF2 output you will also need an add on i/0 link modulator which will allow you to do this. Also demonstrated in the video is the SPC4F TV link combiner which allows multiple RF2 cables to be connected togther so multiple Sky boxes can be viewed and controlled anywhere around the house.
Views: 10192 Smart Aerials
How To Combine TV Aerial, Satellite, FM And DAB Radio Signals On One Cable
 
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This video shows you how to combine TV aerial, satellite, FM and DAB radio signals onto the same coaxial cable using a diplexers, triplexers and quadplexers. This is perfect for when you do not have the facility to install separate cables for each of the services or if you want to minimise the amount of cables throughout your property. As all of the services use different frequencies they can easily be combined onto one cable without interfering with one and another. Please note that this process CANNOT be used with Sky Q or any other satellite TV service that uses a wideband LNB or any satellite service that does not use the satellite IF band. Sky+HD and Freesat will work fine with this equipment. Once you have combined all of the signals onto a single coaxial cable you will also need to separate them at the TV end. This can be done by using the same type of combiner installed in reverse so that in the signal inputs become the output, or with the installation of a diplexed, triplexed or quadplexed wallplate socket. For more videos showing the installation of different TV aerial and satellite wall plates please see the DIY video demonstrations below. Satellite F type wall plate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OADaw6anakw TV Aerial wall plate: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwBVv27QInQ&t=22s
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CHIMNEY LASHING BRACKET installation for TV Aerial
 
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This video shows you how to install a chimney lashing bracket for TV aerials and satellite dishes.
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Welcome to Smart Aerials
 
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A warm welcome to Smart Aerials website by Tom Smart
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How To Connect Sky Box For BEST PICTURE & Sound
 
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This video shows you how to connect your Sky box to your TV for the best possible picture & sound. The same process can be used for connecting other types of equipment like DVD players, Bluray players & games consoles. The connections tested are RF aerial connection, phono RCA connection, SCART lead and a HDMI cable, watch the video to see which one was best.
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How To Terminate A Cat5 Or Cat 6 Data Cable Into A RJ45 Module
 
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This video shows you how to terminate a Cat5, Cat5e or Cat 6 data cable into a RJ45 module wall plate socket. Tools you will need: 1x cable cutting tool (Stanley blade or utility knife is fine) 1x Krone tool, IDC punch down tool Parts you will need: 1x RJ45 Module or 8P8C Module 1x Data cable, cat5, cat6 etc Step by step guide 1) Using the cable preparation tool (utility knife) make a small incision around the outer PVC jacket at least 2" or 5cm away from the cable end remove the outer PVC jacket. 2) Using the pull cord. Pull this down splitting the outside jacket to reveal to inner four pairs. 3) Place the individual cables into the correct terminals. These should be identifiable on the module itself. You may need to do this one cable at a time trying to minimize the amount that you untwist the individual pairs. 4) Using the Krone IDC punch-down tool, punch down the cables into the terminals. The tool will also cut the excess cable length. 5) Repeat this process for all the terminals. For more information on correct pin assignments and please visit this page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category_5_cable https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/
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Using RG59 For AERIAL/ SAT TV Systems
 
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You may be wondering whether using RG59 caoxial cable is suitable for your TV aerial and satellite systems. This video describes the pros and cons of using RG59 coaxial cable for your TV system and shows you a couple of techniques including how to make an F connector fit an RG59 cable and terminating RG59 cable into a TV socket.
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How To Install A CHIMNEY RATCHET STRAP
 
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This video shows you how to install a chimney ratchet strap for mounting TV aerials and satellite dishes onto TV aerials and satellite dishes.
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How To Do A MANUAL TUNE On Your TV
 
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This video shows you how to do a manual tune of your TV. By manually tuning the services that you want to use for the transmitter you're using. This ensures that your TV always stores the right TV services and channels where the automatic scan can sometimes store services from the wrong transmitter which could give you poor TV reception. Such as, breaking up of TV picture and pixelation.
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TV aerial installations in Hastings, East Sussex, Smart Aerials
 
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An introduction to high quality TV aerial installations in Hastings, East Sussex by Tom Smart of Smart Aerials. For more information please call 01424 559790 or visit https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/areas-covered/tv-aerial-installations-in-hastings
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TV aerial installations in Hailsham, East Sussex - Smart Aerials
 
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A brief introduction to affordable high quality TV aerial installations in Hailsham, East Sussex by Tom Smart - Smart Aerials. For more information please call 01323 332380 or visit https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/areas-covered/tv-aerial-installations-in-hailsham
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TV aerial installations in Bexhill, East Sussex, Smart Aerials
 
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An introduction to professional and affordable TV aerial installations in Bexhill, East Sussex from Tom Smart - Smart Aerials. For more information on TV aerial installations in Bexhill please call 01424 559790 or visit https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/areas-covered/tv-aerial-installations-in-bexhill
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How to fit an RJ45 plug onto a CAT5e data cable
 
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The video shows how to make the 8P8C connection, more commonly known as the RJ45 connection onto a Cat5e data cable. This is this most common connection in data, network and ethernet systems. https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/areas-covered/telephone-engineers-eastbourne-east-sussex
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TV aerial installations in Uckfield, East Sussex, Smart Aerials
 
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Tom Smart of Smart Aerials introduces you to professional and affordable TV aerial installations in Uckfield, East Sussex. For more information please call 01825 280420 or visit https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/areas-covered/tv-aerial-installations-in-uckfield
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TV aerial installations in Lewes, East Sussex - Smart Aerials
 
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Why Smart Aerials is the company for you for high quality TV aerial installations in Lewes, East Sussex from Tom Smart. For more information please call 01273 921970 or visit https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/areas-covered/tv-aerial-installations-in-lewes
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TV aerial installations in Seaford, East Sussex, Smart Aerials
 
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Tom Smart of Smart introduces you to high quality and affordable TV aerial installations in Seaford, East Sussex. For more information please call 01323 332380 or visit https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/areas-covered/tv-aerial-installations-in-seaford
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TV aerial installations in Newhaven, East Sussex
 
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A introduction to professional and affordable TV aerial installations in Newhaven, East Sussex from Tom Smart of Smart Aerials. For more information please call 01273 921970 or visit https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/areas-covered/tv-aerial-installations-in-newhaven
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TV aerial installations in Eastbourne, East Sussex, Smart Aerials
 
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An introduction to cost effective, affordable TV aerial installations in Eastbourne, East Sussex by Tom Smart - Smart Aerials. For more information please call 01323 332380 or visit https://www.smartaerials.co.uk
Views: 345 Smart Aerials
TV aerial installations in Brighton, East Sussex, Smart Aerials
 
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A brief introduction to affordable, high quality TV aerial installations in Brighton by Tom Smart and why we are the company for you. For more information please call 01273 921970 or visit https://www.smartaerials.co.uk/areas-covered/tv-aerial-installations-in-brighton
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