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How does Satellite transmit TV channel?


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2010-02-26 15:20:41
2010-02-26 15:20:41

From the Satellite TV Providers, they transmit satellite tv signals by using a device that converts a digital signal to analog signal. This box sends it to the satellite dish of the provider to the satellite.

When a subscriber switch channel, the satellite dish installed to his receiver then requests a signal from the satellite.

The satellite receives the signal from the subscribers satellite dish. The satellite sends the analog signal which came from the provider the requesting satellite dish.

The receiver converts this analog signal to digital signal so that the signal can be viewed to the television which is connected from the receiver.

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