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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With more than 88% of the world's population expected to continue receiving analogue broadcast TV signals during 2013, handsets incorporating analogue-TV receivers are able to address a large, global consumer base.
With digital TV soon to replace analogue broadcast technology, they were set the task of enabling set top boxes which use only SCART connections to be connected to TV sets which are not SCART compatible by designing an RF to SCART modulator.
Spain is to switch from a traditional analogue broadcast system to DTT by April 2010.
Analogue broadcast will be switched off by 2012 and replaced by terrestrial digital broadcasts (freeview).
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-8 December 2003-Alma Media subsidiary to save EUR10m annually if analogue broadcast are terminated(C)1994-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
L M Ericsson AB of Sweden and Telia AB are apparently lobbying the Swedish government to pursue a plan to `refarm` analogue broadcast frequencies for digital use.
The idea may not be economically feasible, though it must be remembered huge profits will be made from the sale of analogue broadcast frequencies.
The idea of charging for the analogue broadcast spectrum was floated in a re-port by academic Martin Cave of the Warwick Business School for the DTI.
Thomcast, a leading manufacturer of digital and analogue broadcast transmitters, today announced that its UHF Ultimate transmitter has been selected by Australian regional TV operator, NBN Television, to build major transmission facilities in Gold Coast, Lismore, Coffs Harbour, Tamworth, Port Macquarie, Taree, and the Central Coast, with its main office and studio located in Newcastle NSW.
APT700 is a rare opportunity to capitalize on spectrum freed up from the transition from analogue broadcast to digital broadcast TV, which is gradually occurring across the entire globe.
Old-style analogue broadcasts of up to a million watts penetrate light years into space, with even the BBC's first 1922 shows still travelling outwards.
In a written statement, BFBS said that there was no longer any requirement for the old analogue broadcasts of BFBS TV, and that transmitters were old and would be expensive and unnecessary to replace.