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Cable Bahamas has invested more than $400,000 in a new satellite antenna that enables the company to reduce costs and enhance its REVTV signal quality on all digital and HD signals...
Nassau, Bahamas -
All electronic companies or individuals with antenna(s) on the roof of
the General Post Office, must have their license regularized by
December 31, 2010.
Please contact the Secretary at 322-3025 or 323-3171 for further information.
Reminder to electronic companies with antennas on the Post Office Building
Cable Bahamas has invested more than $400,000 in a new satellite antenna that enables the company to reduce costs and enhance its REVTV signal quality on all digital and HD signals.
The new Simulsat 7 multibeam antenna, recently erected at Cable Bahamas' main technical facility on Robinson Road in Nassau, has the ability to simultaneously receive signals from up to 37 satellite feeds, with an enha...
Along the roads there were signs of devastation everywhere. Roofs were caved in, large trees were uprooted, glass had been blown out of many buildings, and many utility poles and lines were leveled.
Up to Tuesday evening the island of Inagua was still without light, water and landline telephone services.
Some owners of the newly-available iPad have reported problems with connecting their devices to wi-fi.
Hundreds have complained about weak signals on the tablet computer.
Apple acknowledged on its support page that "under certain conditions, iPad may not automatically rejoin a known wi-fi network".
It may be true that no cell phone is perfect, but the handset world isn't taking too kindly to Apple CEO Steve Jobs' public assertion that other smartphones suffer from the same antenna and signal problems that have been widely reported regarding the iPhone 4.
And, in what's turned into an ugly back-and-forth PR mud fight, Apple is firing back by making its internal signal test results public t...
Nassau, The Bahamas - Two hundred
and forty-three senior citizens gathered Wednesday, November 24 to break
bread and give thanks for life. The grateful elders took a walk
down memory lane with Jack Thompson, director of immigration.
He led them to remember the progress
they have witnessed in The Bahamas over the last 70 years. From transistor