analog broadcast


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analog broadcast

Generally refers to transmitting analog TV signals over the air or via cable and satellite. Contrast with digital broadcast. See NTSC and DTV.
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This information can be used to assist anyone who didn't get everything in order before the analog broadcasts ended.
Because digital signals travel differently than analog ones, antennas that produced a poor but watchable picture with an analog broadcast may get nothing at all on digital, or a picture that freezes now and then.
Therefore, the Bush administration should now issue an executive order creating an independent commission charged with developing alternative solutions, including the one cited above, for clearing analog broadcast spectrum.
The program will focus on domestic HD Radio and analog broadcast radio stations.
This portion of spectrum within the 700 MHz band, which is currently allocated to television broadcasters for analog broadcast channels, is to be vacated by broadcasters upon their transition to digital broadcast channels.
In the same slice of the radio spectrum that it takes to send one analog broadcast, a DTV broadcaster can send several simultaneously, including those featuring super-sharp HDTV.
each received a green light to sell, import and market devices that are not required to include tuners that can receive analog broadcast signals.
The transition from analog broadcast television to digital broadcast television (DTV), now an enshrined part of American broadcasting policy, faces its own set of Dementors--a horde of technical, legal, economic, and social problems.
NAB Labs is conduction the tests, which will run from 10/2/14 through 10/6/14 and will cause the stations to temporarily suspend analog broadcast.
14 Kyodo The chief of an advisory panel to the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications on Tuesday called for the ministry to tolerate some delay in its plan to have television stations replace their analog broadcast facilities with land-based digital facilities by around 2010.