A digital signal receiver is, broadly speaking, any device that receives digital broadcast signals. With the right digital signal receiver, you can enjoy satellite TV, digital cable and satellite radio broadcasts.
You bought a new TV, a digital TV receiver, or got a new cable or satellite package. However, you still are not clear on the difference between analog and digital. Now let’s explore the difference between the digital TV broadcasting and analog TV broadcasting. It will help you improve your TV viewing experience.
We’ve been big fans of TBS’s previous two set-top USB DVB S2 TV Qbox for their efforts for both Freesat and Freeview HD. With the new release of the fourth generation of TBS Qbox series, we really were surprised by news of this updated CI TV Qbox. It not only enables you to watch and… Read More »
Freesat is a digital TV service from the BBC and ITV which broadcasts HD programming via satellites in United Kingdom. The service was marketed from 6 May 2008 and offers a satellite alternative to the Freeview service on digital terrestrial television, with a selection of channels available and without subscription for users purchasing a digital… Read More »
ProgDVB is universal and powerful DVB tool for receiving, watching and listening analog both digital satellite TV for PC and broadcastings from any sources (satellite, cable and on-the-air TV, Internet etc), and also review of media files with transmission possibility all of this via various types of networks. Such as digital tv receiver