Smart antennas

Cugnini, Aldo
March 2008
Broadcast Engineering;Mar2008, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p24
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the importance of smart antennas in providing terrestrial television viewers with optimum reception across television channels. The author reveals that smart antennas are capable of supplying good radio frequency (RF) field conditions at the viewer's location as an alternative to the video signal of analog television. In addition, the changes in the analog service have pushed broadcasters to look for options to replicate the service in their channel allocation plan.


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