Main Page List

View cart button

Scholars welcome !

Online Brackets & Clamps Shop

Brackets / Clamps Shop

A.T.V Home / Index

A.T.V Home / Index

A.T.V Home / Index Online Shop

Online Shop

Online Aerials

Aerials Shop

Contact Us

Free delivery on orders over £100.

Online Shop
© 2016 Justin Smith A.T.V
All Rights reserved
Online Splitters & Amps

Splitters / Amps Shop

Planning Your Install

Planning Your Install

Aerials

Aerials

Loft Aerials

Loft Aerials

Boat / Caravan Aerials

Boat / Caravan Aerials

ATV`s Choice Of Aerials

ATV`s Choice Of Aerials

TV Aerial Tests

TV Aerial Tests

Aerial Reports

Aerial Reports

Aerial Positioning Tests

Aerial Positioning Tests

Brackets & Clamps

Brackets / Clamps

Cable & Connectors

Cable / Connectors

FM / DAB Radio

FM / DAB Radio

Nationwide Transmitters

Nationwide Transmitters

The Main Digital TV Transmitters

Main Digital Transmitters

Transmitter Maps

Transmitter Maps

Cowboys` Locker

Cowboys’ Locker

Splitters and  Amps

Splitters / Amplifiers

How To Attach / Wire Up Plugs & Aerials

Wiring up plugs & aerials

Appendix

Appendix (incl satellite)

Basic fault finding

on digital TV

Online Cable & Leads

Cable / Misc. Shop

Contact Us

Brackets & Clamps

Poles / Masts

Online Poles and Masts shop

Poles / Masts Shop

Aerial Pole and Bracket Tests

Poles / Brackets Tests

Breakdown of Traffic from the Continent of Europe   

Great Britain with 46624 sessions (52.7% of all sessions)

France with 964 sessions (1.1% of all sessions)

Germany with 683 sessions (0.8% of all sessions)

Ireland with 590 sessions (0.7% of all sessions)

Netherlands with 443 sessions (0.5% of all sessions)

Spain with 372 sessions (0.4% of all sessions)

Sweden with 367 sessions (0.4% of all sessions)

Italy with 346 sessions (0.4% of all sessions)

Romania with 267 sessions (0.3% of all sessions)

Poland with 224 sessions (0.3% of all sessions)

Portugal with 179 sessions (0.2% of all sessions)

Hungary with 177 sessions (0.2% of all sessions)

Belgium with 152 sessions (0.2% of all sessions)

Greece with 141 sessions (0.2% of all sessions)

Turkey with 141 sessions (0.2% of all sessions)

Luxembourg with 104 sessions (0.1% of all sessions)

Norway with 90 sessions (0.1% of all sessions)

Czech Republic with 86 sessions (0.1% of all sessions)

Ukraine with 85 sessions (0.1% of all sessions)

Bulgaria with 83 sessions (0.1% of all sessions)

Finland with 81 sessions (0.1% of all sessions)

Switzerland with 71 sessions (0.1% of all sessions)

Denmark with 66 sessions (0.1% of all sessions)

Czech Republic and Slovak with 47 sessions (0.1% of all sessions)

Austria with 46 sessions (0.1% of all sessions)

Slovakia with 45 sessions (0.1% of all sessions)

Lithuania with 38 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Malta with 35 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Latvia with 35 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Croatia with 33 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Estonia with 25 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Belarus with 18 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Slovenia with 17 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Yugoslavia with 12 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Macedonia (Former Yugosla with 12 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Albania with 11 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Cyprus with 10 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Bosnia-Herzegovina with 8 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Moldova with 7 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Iceland with 4 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Syria with 3 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Back to the top

Breakdown of Traffic from the Continent of Asia    

Singapore with 483 sessions (0.5% of all sessions)

India with 220 sessions (0.2% of all sessions)

China with 219 sessions (0.2% of all sessions)

Russia with 200 sessions (0.2% of all sessions)

Israel with 180 sessions (0.2% of all sessions)

South Korea with 91 sessions (0.1% of all sessions)

Philippines with 70 sessions (0.1% of all sessions)

Hong Kong with 65 sessions (0.1% of all sessions)

Indonesia with 57 sessions (0.1% of all sessions)

United Arab Emirates with 45 sessions (0.1% of all sessions)

Japan with 45 sessions (0.1% of all sessions)

Iran with 41 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Saudi Arabia with 40 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Thailand with 39 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Taiwan with 35 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Pakistan with 35 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Armenia with 33 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Malaysia with 30 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Sri Lanka with 27 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Lebanon with 18 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Vietnam with 11 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Kazakhstan with 6 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Papua New Guinea with 5 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Georgia with 4 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Bahrain with 3 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Jordan with 3 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Mongolia with 3 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Yemen with 3 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Oman with 2 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Iraq with 2 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Cambodia with 2 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Kuwait with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Nepal with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Myanmar with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Maldives with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Bangladesh with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Azerbaijan with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Back to the top

Breakdown of Traffic from the Continent of North America   

United States with 22288 sessions (25.2% of all sessions)

Canada with 262 sessions (0.3% of all sessions)

Puerto Rico with 11 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Panama with 8 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Barbados with 6 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Bermuda with 3 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Jamaica with 2 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Guatemala with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Trinidad and Tobago with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Saint Vincent and Grenadi with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)


Breakdown of Traffic from the Continent of South America                                      Back to the top

Uruguay with 194 sessions (0.2% of all sessions)

Colombia with 10 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Argentina with 4 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Brazil with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Chile with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Ecuador with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Falkland Islands with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Back to the top

Breakdown of Traffic from the Continent of Australia and Oceania   

Australia with 1257 sessions (1.4% of all sessions)

New Zealand with 326 sessions (0.4% of all sessions)

Guam with 24 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Samoa with 2 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Fiji with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

New Caledonia with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

 Back to the top

Breakdown of Traffic from the Continent of Africa   

Mauritius with 172 sessions (0.2% of all sessions)

South Africa with 14 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Tunisia with 8 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Kenya with 8 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Gabon with 7 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Morocco with 6 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Senegal with 6 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Ethiopia with 5 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Ghana with 3 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Niger with 3 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Sudan with 2 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Algeria with 2 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Gambia with 2 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Central African Republic with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Bouvet Island with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Swaziland with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Egypt with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Seychelles with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Cape Verde with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)

Lesotho with 1 sessions (0.0% of all sessions)





You Are Not Alone.......        


Here is a snapshot of where our readers come from, this particular list (using Matrix Stats) is for January 2009.  It must be admitted that January is usually a peak month for visitors to the site, loads of people getting bored during their Christmas/New Year holidays I suppose !

Each session is just that, no matter how many pages are viewed it still counts as one session, and, in fact, if the same person revisits the site within 20 minutes it still counts as the same session !

Browsing the ATV site in Dunhuang in Western China. This is actually

YueShiMing,  the proprietor of Shirley`s Cafe, my wife and I can recommend it personally !  

We called in whilst in that area to see the Eclipse of the 1st of August 2008. He obviously recognises a quality website when he sees it.......


China is such a huge country that to get to Dunhuang (from Shanghai) we had to fly nearly one third of the way back to London !

Also see updated figures

Back to the top

The above statistics were taken from Matrix Stats, and I`ve been trying to get it to download a more recent month ever since Jan 2009 !  Unfortunately it just "times out" before its able to finish. So for Jan 2012 I provide a summary of some of the countries using Google Analytics. It`ll have to be just a few because I can`t work out how to copy and paste the full results ! For some reason Google Analytics reports lower visitor numbers than Matrix Stats (I`ve never been able to work out why, possibly Matrix Stats includes search engines ? ) so the 2009 and 2012 figures are not directly comparable.


Matrix Stats total sessions for Jan 2009 = 88,404   Jan 2012 = 116,013   Jan 2015 = 100,261


Google Analytics total visits for Jan 2009 =  39,999  Jan 2012 = 75,672   Jan 2015 = 44,822


Total visits for 2015 G/A were 431,874 with 1,007,350 page hits


Anyway, for Jan 2012 (Google Analytics) :

UK = 63,351

USA = 2,412

Australia = 2,075

Ireland = 909

Canada = 564

New Zealand = 541

Germany = 316

France = 310

India = 281

Spain = 194

Netherlands = 152

Italy = 148

Greece = 146

Hong Kong = 143

S Africa = 114

Denmark = 111

Portugal = 111

Philippines = 111

Indonesia = 101


If you`ve found this site informative and, hopefully, interesting as well,

please help us increase the number of people reading it.


Back to the top