The Dish Network has just announced a new TV antenna that is capable of up to 40W of direct current.
This means that Dish’s new Dish X3 is capable, theoretically, of producing up to 20W of power in the TV signal.
And Dish’s X3 will be able to do this, the company claims, at a cost of $10 per unit.
The antenna is compatible with most modern TVs and DVRs, including those with HDMI ports.
The Dish X1 was the first Dish TV antenna to be made by DTS and, like the new X3, it comes with a $100 US warranty.
Dish’s antennas have been available for years, but we’re still waiting for an official announcement of a Dish X2 or X3.