Digital is a way to transmit a television signal; it can be transmitted over the air or via cable, satellite, or as an internet protocol.
They've had to switch their over the air broadcasting to all digital broadcasting.
NSTC is the old analog system of encoding over-the-air television used in the US. ASTC is the new digital system for over-the-air television.
It sure will! (But you still need an antenna)
High Definition TV Tuner Built-In for over the air,Satelitte direct tv tuner added on for Digital.
Yes. That what they are switching to. There will no longer be analog broadcast.
Now that almost all US TV stations are digital, you CAN get HDTV over the air.
Currently, there are two primary satellite television providers of subscription based service available to United States consumers: Dish Network and DirecTV. If you have a digital TV set, you will not need any additional equipment (with the exception of an antenna) to receive over-the-air digital broadcast programming. However if you have an analog TV set, a digital converter box must be connected between the antenna and the analog TV to receive and display over-the-air digital programming.
Only if the TV has a digital (ATSC) tuner. If it has an analog (NTSC) tuner only, it will not work with over-the-air digital broadcasts. In that case you'll need some sort of converter.
The only time you will be in need of a digital converter is if you currently own an analog television that is connected to an over-the-air antenna signal.
There is a digital tuner in the Samsung model. It is also possible for the TV to receive off air digital signals.
This TV has a built in digital tuner and is HDTV ready so you can view over the air HD programming.
Over the air television reception with an antenna is almost a lost art. The government had a report on digital transmissions from back in 2008. Also, the website "antennatv" has information on how to best receive over the air broadcasts.