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Nationwide Fibre IRS Roadshow New and innovative solution for communal TV reception

Fibre Integrated Reception System (FIRS) Roadshows, organised by satellite operator ASTRA and Global Invacom, manufacturer of FIRS and supported by Sky, Freesat and Digital UK will visit London, Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow, Manchester and Newcastle during March and April.

A complementary lunch, at 12.30, will be followed by the seminar from 14.00 to 17.00, allowing plenty of time for questions. Anyone who designs and implements communal reception systems such as architects, building technologists, surveyors, property managers, managing agents, aerial installers and developers should attend. For more information and registration, which is free and easy, visit FIRS website:, email: or telephone 0207 632 7900.

This innovative solution - conceived by Global Invacom and developed in conjunction with ASTRA and Sky - is used extensively throughout Europe.  Quick and easy to set-up FIRS can save up to 30% compared to the conventional copper installations.

Based on two successful, proven technologies - fibre optics and satellite - FIRS is faster, more convenient and enables long distance, reliable signal transmission in multiple dwellings. It provides each home in the system with access to digital satellite TV and radio, digital terrestrial TV and FM and DAB radio through a single IRS.

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For more information and registration, visit FIRS website:, email: or telephone 0207 632 7900.

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