Terrestrial television is a type of television broadcasting in which the television signal is transmitted by radio waves from the terrestrial transmitter of a television station to a TV receiver having an antenna. The term terrestrial is more common in Europe and Latin America, while in the United States it is called broadcast or over-the-air television. The term "terrestrial" is used to distinguish this type from the newer technologies of satellite television, in which the television signal is
Digital terrestrial television ( DTTV or DTT, or DTTB with "broadcasting") is a technology for terrestrial television in which land-based (terrestrial) television stations broadcast television content by radio waves to televisions in consumers' residences in a digital format. DTTV is a major technological advance over the previous analog television, and has largely replaced analog which had been in common use since the middle of the 20th century.
Terrestrial television is a type of television broadcasting where the television signal is sent by radio waves from a transmitter on the land. In North America, it is usually called over-the-air television (OTA). This type of TV is different to newer types such as satellite, cable, and IPTV.
Retro Television Network – Retro Television Network (branded as "Retro TV") is a digital multicast network owned by Luken Communications; launched in September 2005 as the first multicast network to rely on older acquired programs, the network carries a mix of classic series from the 1950s to the 1970s (including some public domain programming), along with recent imported series and feature films. Retro Television Network maintains affiliations with approximately 85 stations (most of which ...
Internet television (Internet TV) (or online television) is the digital distribution of television content via the Internet as opposed to traditional systems like terrestrial, cable, and satellite, although the Internet itself is received by terrestrial, cable, or satellite methods. Internet television is a general term that covers the delivery ...
Digital terrestrial television in the Philippines are in development by the Philippine major broadcasting companies. The Philippines uses the American NTSC standard for analog television since color television arrived in November 1966. The National Telecommunications Commission announced in June 2010 that the Philippines would use the Japanese ISDB-T standard for digital terrestrial television service, and issued a circular stating that the country's broadcasters must discontinue their analog se
Since the early 2000s, studies have been carried out on the country's digital television transition. A "wait and see" plan is being trailed and examining progresses with no resolution to ensue with digital television services in the Philippines. The NTC chose to use the Japanese standard ISDB-T for digital television in the country in Memorandum Circular June 2, 2010, noting its capability to 3 levels of categorized modulation to fixed, portable and handheld devices exclusive of the necessity fo
Certain mobile phones and tablets carry the ability to receive digital TV signals. The following brands are: 1. Starmobile 2. Cherry Mobile 3. MyPhone 4. Alcatel 5. Samsung 6. O-Plus 7. SKK Mobile
With the advent of digital streaming systems at the start of mid-2010s, there are active video streaming services available in the Philippines namely: 1. Netflix 2. Amazon Prime Video 3. Cignal Play 4. Hayu 5. HBO Go 6. iflix 7. iWantTFC 8. Pop TV 9. TAP Go 10. Tubi 11. Viu 12. W
Internet television (Internet TV), (online television) or IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) is the digital distribution of television content via the Internet as opposed to traditional systems like terrestrial, cable and satellite, although internet itself is received by terrestrial, cable or satellite methods. Internet television is a ...
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Digital terrestrial television was launched in Sweden in 1999. The shutdown of the analogue equivalent started on September 19, 2005, and was finalized on October 15, 2007. The network uses the DVB-T -standard and broadcasts several free-to-air and encrypted channels on a number of multiplexes.
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Indonesian terrestrial digital television started in 2009, and in most areas runs alongside the analogue TV system. The nationwide analog shutdown will start on 30 June 2021 in East Kalimantan, followed by Jakarta on 2 November 2021 midnight, while the last analog broadcasting station will officially turn off on 2 November 2022 at midnight.
On 20 May 2009, two consortium television broadcasters completed a trial run for digital television. Digital terrestrial television was officially launched on 21 December 2010 on DVB-T system, initially in Jakarta, Surabaya and Batam. The digital broadcast of TVRI Nasional and some local TVRI stations, as well as two initial digital terrestrial channel TVRI 3 and TVRI 4 was also launched alongside the system. Among those who launched were President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Minister of Communica
Indonesia's telecoms services share bandwidth: 1. Analogue System: 478 MHz to 806 MHz 2. Digital System: 478 MHz to 694 MHz 3. Mobile Broadband: 694 MHz to 806 MHz
Communication and Information Ministry Regulation No. 32 includes provisions covering terrestrial and broadcast technologies: 1. Digital Broadcast through Terrestrial System is served by LPP TVRI, local LPPs, LPS and LPK. 2. Multiplexing Broadcast through Terrestrial System is served by LPP TVRI and LPS. These services have to follow open access and non-discriminatory principles. 3. Other LPS and LPS with analog broadcast can rent bandwidth from LPS at the discretion of the Communication and Inf
As of August 2012, TVRI is the sole broadcaster that broadcasts digital television in Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya, and Batam. TVRI has 376 analog transmitters of which 30 are ready to switch to digital.
The plan was to distribute 6 million free set-top boxes to low income families, before 2014 FIFA World Cup. Vendors offered a set-top box that receives signals from DVB-T2 through UHF, so it is unnecessary to change the analogue antenna. The plan did not work and the first distributions of set-top-boxes were done by Banten Sinar Dunia Televisi which got zone 4 license covered Jakarta and Banten. It distributed in Malingping, Banten concerning Proclamation Date August 17, 2014. Some brands releas
In the United States, digital television broadcasts, or DTV, can be received via cable, via internet, via satellite, or via digital terrestrial television — much like analog television broadcasts have been. Full-power analog television broadcasts, however, were required by U.S. federal law to cease by June 12, 2009. Low-power, Class A, and TV Translator stations are not currently required to cease analog broadcasts. Also by law, digital broadcasts — when transmitted as over-the-air ...
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