Information for installers, home owners, building developers - how to choose, design and implement individual and community (MATV/SMATV) antenna systems, cable TV, satellite systems. Use of RF distribution systems for CCTV monitoring. Applications of RF amplifiers, head stations, modulators, multiswitches. Example solutions and diagrams.

Cellular Systems

How to choose the right amplifier/repeater? How to select a suitable external antenna and where to place it? How to select and deploy internal antennas? Comparison of the available amplifiers/repeaters. GSM channels. Requirements for cellular amplifiers/repeaters.

Video Monitoring

Information on the features and standards of CCTV systems. Design requirements and guidelines for planning the systems. Components of CCTV installations, their features and the rules of selection. Case studies, e.g. video surveillance in schools, video monitoring of gas/petrol stations, monitoring of stores etc. Video transmission. Use of IP networks for monitoring of dispersed locations.


Wi-Fi networks in consumer and professional applications. Standards, parameters and ranges of WLANs. Guides for WLAN installers. How to choose the equipment and solve basic problems. Indoor WLAN. The connectors used in WLAN systems.

Optical Fibers

Issues connected with fiber-optic technology. Home and professional networks based on fiber optic systems. The balance of power in planning of transmission systems. Equipment selection and advice in solving problems. The standards necessary for designers. Examples of FTTH installations. Video surveillance systems based on optical fibers.


Presentation of various smart home systems and presentation of selected functions. What does it mean that a building/home is intelligent? What are the benefits for users?

Alarm Systems

Basic knowledge about alarm systems. Issues related to the construction of alarm systems for single-family homes in various configurations and the selection of installation components.

Access control



Information on selecting cables and connectors, and about assembly techniques for low-voltage, RF, and fiber optic installations.

RACK Cabinets

Classification, features and selection criteria of RACK cabinets. Component selection calculator.


Every telecommunications system in a building uses cables. They can be coaxial, paired (twisted pair), unpaired, or fiber optic cables. The choice of the cable depends mainly on the equipment used. Detailed selection of the medium is based on calculations of the acceptable attenuation or capacity, screening or crosstalk and CPR (fire resistance) class, safety of the product according to LVD Directive and many others characteristic for a specific installation.