THE CHALLENGES OF MIGRATING FROM ANALOG TO DIGITAL BROADCASTING. A STUDY OF NTA PORT HARCOURT

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

  • Background to the Study

The digital television transition refers to the shift from analog broadcasting to digital broadcasting. Many countries of the world have recognized the huge benefit which digital broadcast offers and are making a huge effort to shift from analog broadcasting to digital broadcasting. The transition from analog to digital broadcasting involves many changing the transmission signals as well as making sure that members of the public buy high definition television sets and get rid of standard definition television sets. However, while some television set may be affected the change, other will not, for example Television sets that receive cable and satellite signals will still receive signals from digital transmission. However, television sets that receive analog signals via antenna (these antennas have analog funners) will be out of place in the digital era. In this state of affairs, old antennas will need to be upgraded to meet up with the technology. In countries like the United states of America where digital transition has taken off, all analog television sets is no longer  useful and has been disposed off and shipped to other countries of the world where analog broadcasting is still used today. People who wish to continue using analog television set in the U.S. will need to have a converter installed.

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