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  1. I'd like to say that it's simple and explain it all in a few short sentences, but there are so many complicating details that it's actually close to impossible. Because they can economically convert frequencies almost at will, cable systems have...

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 12/02/2014

  2. ... spectrum . This was originally just the FCC rules for spectrum allocation: TV goes here, radio goes there, cellphones go there. That...

    9 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 13/11/2007

  3. ...to get to this option. Once activated, the converter box will scan the TV spectrum looking for digital TV channels. This may take several...

    3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 14/11/2008

  4. ... (largely) yet to be determined. That means the spectrum that is currently used for TV channels 2 to 51 will not be touched. So because a big chunk...

    5 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 02/01/2009

  5. ...you to watch TV on your iPod and include all Radio & TV program's covering the whole spectrum of previously broadcast and Live this works well on iPod T...

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 28/08/2012

  6. ...'s usually OK, but in this instance, it means that your TV may pick up interference from other people. There is a guide here: http://www.jneuhaus.com/fccindex/ spectrum .html that lists all the radio signal types that are used...

    4 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 09/01/2008

  7. ...ve signed international treaties to divide up the spectrum . In the past, transmitters have been... on ships in international waters to beam TV shows into Britain.

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 16/02/2008

  8. ...try to convince you that you need a new antenna for "improved" digital TV reception. This is not true. The digital channels operate on the existing spectrum for which your antenna was designed. Your old antenna will...

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 30/09/2007

  9. ...light basically. A "band" refers to a small portion of the radio spectrum such as the UHF TV band (470MHz to 860MHz). A "channel" refers...

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 02/03/2011

  10. He was a fool, of course they do phone cables! At the very least he should have run you the 20m of cable to make an extension, even if he was not capable of neatly routing the wire. I mean you've taken time off to wait for him, he should at least fit the thing...

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 17/09/2008

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