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'Digital Aerial installations' unlike analogue TV aerial signals, can receive far more channels in the same amount of space using digital technology. This means that digital tv aerials, or better worded, aerials compatible with digital, can receive far more channels via digital transmissions.
Digital aerials are a relatively new phenomena - There is actually no such thing in the UK for TV, as a 'digital aerial'. This is an often mis-quoted term used by some disreputable aerial companies to upsell you an un-needed new TV aerial! However,digital aerials are what most people call aerials for digital!
In order to install an aerial to receive digital aerial signals, it is necessary to have certain parameters in place to receive trouble free digital viewing. For reliable aerial reception, according to the CAI, it is important to have an aerial installation with a balun, to match the impedance correctly and to have the correct carrier-to-noise ratios, as well as the correct quality, CAIbenchmarked double screen cable to enable the best possible reception. And what does that mean you ask?
What do digital aerial signals mean to you?
Aerials for Digital signals need to have certain things in place, to enable the aerial that is receiving digital to be able to work properly, receiving the digital aerial signals and transferring them down a digital compatible aerial rig, to the digi box, or digital enabled tv (ie. freeview digital)
This is not to say that your analogue aerial will not work. It might do, but it is much less likely to be reliable.
How Do 'Digital Aerials' Compatible With Digital Perform?
Digital aerial signals either perform perfectly or very poorly, this means that if your TV aerial is not up to the job it will freeze occasionally at best, or at worst, not work at all. This phenomena, where the aerial signal dips below a certain parameter, is called the digital cliff effect. Whereas with analogue aerial pictures, they get ‘grainy’ or ghosty, digital pictures start to break up and freeze, known as pixelation.
Sometimes all you will need is your existing aerial repairing, which is why honest reputable advice is so important.
The other thing to be borne in mind is that some transmitters do not transmit digital signals at all.This means that you have to try and receive your digital signals from another transmitter. At least for the time being that is.
To find out whether you can receive digital please use our postcode checker. This is by NO means infallible, but it does five you a guideline.
This serves to highlight the importance of digital signal compatible aerials and professional installations, which is why
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The only things you need to receive digital television and radio are a 'Freeview digi-box' and a decent Aerial signal for the box to work. You can buy digi-boxes now very cheaply from high street stores, with prices starting at around £25.00.
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