Satellite TV normally has a wider variety of programming options. You also will normally spend less per month for satellite tv.
The only advantage that satellite internet has over cable, is that in certain locations where cable is unavailable, usually satellite will provide television services.
Satellite television has some advantages over cable because it is usually cheaper in cost. The activation fees are something you do not need to pay. It also offers more channels for sports and music than cable would.
Cable tv costs a lot less for basic packages. You don't have to buy any special equipment, although sometimes you do have to rent boxes. Cable gets better reception than satellite in bad weather, as satellite often gets disrupted a little.
Some advantages of cable television service over satellite service are as follows: Cable service is normally underground or run to your home by wires, so when there is a bad storm or weather you will still receive a good signal.
satellite cables and TV cables are the same to a point. the difference in the too are is the TV cable a RG59 or a RG6 RG59 will not work with satellite because if the smaller center conductor with satellite it pushes power were it will end up destroying the center conductor RG6 witch is in newer homes is ideal for both satellite and cable RG11 is used with TV cable from usual the box / tap outside to houses usually running over 300 ft depending on the DB coming from the starting location
The benefits of cable over satellite is mainly the contract. With cable you are not forced to sign a 1 or two year contract to be able to watch tv. You will not have wires hanging all around your home with cable which can be annoying. Another thing is you can watch the same cable in many different rooms without having to rent additional cable boxes for other tvs. For cable television, you need only the cable box to connect the coaxial cable from the wall to your television. With satellite television, you need the receiver as well as the dish. Cable television will generally continue to be viewable during inclement weather, while satellite television will often go out during storms. With satellite television, you may periodically need to replace or reset the dish, as it can be knocked from its position or damaged.
That's a tough one. We've had `wireless TV' since the first TV broadcast transmitter went on the air. It was free and still is. Then came cable and it was followed by satellite systems. I've had both cable and satellite. My personal preferences are for one of the satellite providers over cable, but unless you can get a good `line of sight' to the satellite with your receiving dish, you may have no choice but to opt out for cable. NO, NAOL IS
As compared to what? Are you talking analog cable or digital cable? Are you comparing it to an analog signal over the air or a satellite receiver?
This is always a personal choice, but for the money and reliability cable is still consider the better choice over satellite. This is because any storm can cause interruption in reception for a satellite dish, however, cable being hard wired keeps going strong.
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.
If you have "snow" or a fuzzy picture on your TV and you have satellite TV or cable with a satellite receiver box or cable box, you may have your TV tuned to the wrong channel. Televisions need to be "tuned" to a channel or sometimes input (i.e. HDMI, etc) in order for you to view your programming with satellite or cable receivers. Contact your pay television provider, they can talk you through it over the phone.
The technology is virtually the same. The difference is in delivery. Most cable companies get their signals via satellite then distribute those signals over their cables. Satellite TV just puts the dish on your home and you get the signals directly, although your dish would be much, much smaller than the ones the cable companies use. Location is one of the biggest differences between cable and satellite television service. Cable does not reach everywhere, but satellite service has fewer limits on location. Next, cable tends to charge more for high definition service and satellite services usually don’t. On the other hand, cable service can be more steady than satellite depending on your location and weather.