An interesting trend in TV technology is the growing popularity of TV Aerials. TV Aerials is used in conjunction with digital video recorders (DVRs) to record and store programs for later re-viewing on TV. In essence, TV Aerials are a special antenna specifically made for the sole purpose of receiving over-the-air digital broadcast television signals directly from a specific television station for playback on your TV set. In most cases, TV Aerials broadcast digital television programming that can be recorded on high definition (HD), standard definition (SD), or both high and low definition (HD and SD).
TV aerials operate in the same fashion as conventional TV antennas: the TV set is connected to a TV aerial to receive signals and convert them to TV channels. The difference lies in the RF (radio waves) bandwidth that is utilised by the TV aerial transmitters. TV aerials are more sensitive than conventional TV antennas because they are positioned higher to the ground. This results in more efficient signal transmission. In order to capture the signals from an aerial, a TV receives a tuned frequency by the TV aerial’s transmitter. The TV’s antenna then picks up and transmits this signal to the TV set, where it is routed to the tuner box to be displayed on the TV screen.
When properly installed by a TV Aerials Cardiff company such as One Vision Ltd, TV aerials provide a number of benefits. First, you will notice a big change in the quality of your TV reception. TV aerials work best in homes with a close layout to their transmitting antennas, such as in a two-bedroom apartment. Second, they are less obtrusive in the home situation, since their installation eliminates the need for a TV screen in the room where they are installed. Finally, the cost of installing a TV aerials system may be much lower than the cost of a conventional television antenna.