16:9 video format/ MPEG 2 / DVB-T/ 2000 channels/ 2 AAA batteries
Terrestrial broadcast is the traditional way of watching TV programs via a roof top or indoor antenna. It is commonly known as Analogue TV.
In recent years “Digital Terrestrial TV” has been introduced in several countries. It offers improved quality via a noise free crisp picture quality and CD like crystal clear sound in addition to a convenient “EPG” (Electronic Program Guide) and 16:9 video format.
Traditional analogue TV transmissions require one radio frequency channel per TV channel. Whereas an analog terrestrial video program requires 8MHz bandwidth, a digital terrestrial video program only requires 1 to 2 MHz bandwidth. In other words, four to eight video programs or multiple audio and data channels can be transmitted in place of one analog program. The broadcasters can therefore now increase the number of programs and services they offer with a minimal increase in cost. Furthermore, since the signals are transmitted in digital format, there is absolutely no quality loss between ransmission and reception as is the case with analog mode. Digital format also allows for transmission of high speed Internet and other data
Digital TV signals are transmitted in Free-to-Air (FTA) mode which can be received by anyone with an MPEG 2 – DVB compliant digital terrestrial receiver such as the PX-TUDI-01. The PX-TUDI-01 Tuner is fully MPEG 2 / DVB-T (digital video broadcast-terrestrial) compliant,
delivering crystal-sharp video and excellent sound. It supports a signal range from 51 to 858 MHz, and can be easily programmed for all the channels within the VHF/UHF frequency spectrum. It can receive major and sub-channels containing both video and audio programs.
NEC PX-TUDI-01. TV tuner type: DVB-T, Channel bandwidth: 8 MHz, Tuning range: 51 - 858 MHz. Aspect ratio: 16:9. Interface type: Scart. Power consumption (typical): 15 W. Weight: 1.5 kg, Package weight: 3 kg