ATSC stands for Advanced Television System Committee. It allows for the reception of digital television in digital televisions. It is also called an ATSC receiver.
If it can tune in digital TV signals, then it has an ATSC tuner. If not, nope.
To receive Broadcast Television Signals of NTSC Analog or ATSC Digital a television antenna is needed. If the TV has ATSC built in , then a converter box will not be needed.
Hi, If you can go to your user's menu on the TV and do a search for digital channels (as compared to analog channels) then you have an ATSC tuner. Cubby
If it has a built-n digital (ATSC) tuner.
NO, all antenna are just antennas.
An ATSC (Advanced Television Systems Committee) tuner can be purchased at Best Buy. Online options would include Shop 411, Solid Signal and Sale-Fire.
Hi, An ATSC tuner works by generating audio and video signals that are picked up from over the air TV broadcasts. ATSC tuners provide the following functions: demodulation, transport stream demultiplexing, decompression, error correction, analog to digital conversion, AV synchronization and media reformatting to fit the specific type of TV screen optimally. If it's integrated, that would mean that it's integrated into the system. If you have a digital tuner, it's probably safe to say that you have an ATSC tuner. Hope that helps, Cubby
TV tuner card
All tv sets need an antenna if your not connected to cable or satellite.