Digital Television News

 

EE’s 4G network, already operating in major cities, does not interfere with television signals because it reuses the 1,800MHz radio spectrum band originally allocated for 2G mobile networks. The 800MHz band, ideal for covering rural areas with 4G, is likely to interfere, however, as digital terrestrial television uses the adjacent 700MHz band. More...

Intel Corp plans to launch an Internet television service this year with live and on-demand content, entering a hotly competitive race as its core PC business erodes. More...

The world of television is progressing in leaps and bounds, and the forthcoming digital switchover has seen a dizzying array of digital set top boxes be released onto the market.

 

Such devices enable you to watch what you want to watch, when you want to watch it, and where available, in stunning HD resolution. This revolution in technology means you can have cinema style viewing in your own home, and at your own convenience. We aim to provide a guide to all the different digital options available.

 

If you have any questions about Digital Television, get in touch with us and we will endeavour to answer them.

 

 

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Digital TV Group Council's Statement on Intellect's Consultation on HbbTV