Ground plane antennas are used to pick up the signals from ground-based radio stations.
When a ground plane is not connected, a digital antenna is used to filter out the signals.
The quality of these antennas is usually superior than ground plane antennas, and they are often used to provide an additional layer of protection from radiation.
A ground plane and a digital one are used together to pick-up the radio signals from different ground stations.
A digital antenna picks up radio signals through a digital filter.
A standard ground plane has a notch on its outer surface that makes it easier for a radio antenna to pick out the signal.
Digital antennas use a different type of notch.
A directional antenna uses a separate band of antenna that is placed above the base station.
A satellite antenna uses an identical type of band of antennas, but the notch is not a separate one.
Digital antenna kits usually cost less than ground planes, and are often more versatile.
Some of the most popular digital antennas are: Digital ground plane.
A flat, thin piece of aluminum or steel is placed over the base of a ground-level digital antenna.
A notch is drilled into the aluminum or metal and then a piece of copper is tapped into the notch.
The antenna is then mounted on a stand or a tripod, and the antenna picks-up signals from other ground stations over the Internet.
The antennas quality varies depending on the type of antenna, the type and size of antenna being used, and which type of transmitter is being used.
A common ground plane type is a rectangular, flat piece of metal with a notch at one end.
Ground planes are popular for both residential and commercial uses.
Digital digital antennas also are used for home or business installations.
Digital ground planes are also used in the classroom.
Digital hdTV antenna.
An antenna is mounted on top of a TV and connected to a digital receiver.
The receiver picks up the radio signal from the TV over a standard antenna.
Digital receivers can also pick-back radio signals for use in a home or office.
Digital HDTV antenna, digital video recorder, and digital TV receiver.
Digital video recorders are used in high-definition video playback, and TV receivers are used as video recordters.
A camera or other high-quality equipment can pick up radio waves from a TV antenna, and a video receiver can pick-down radio signals.
Digital TV receivers can pick radio signals up from a digital video recorder or a digital camera.
Digital cameras are used extensively for surveillance purposes.
Digital and analog cameras are popular in many countries.
Digital equipment is often used in places where ground planes and digital receivers are not used.
Digital signal transmission.
Ground plane, digital, and analog signal transmissions are common.
The radio signals are picked up and filtered by a ground or digital receiver, and then sent to the video transmitter.
The digital signal is received by a TV transmitter, which in turn sends the signal to a TV receiver for transmission.
A signal can be sent over a ground, digital or analog radio channel.
A television receiver or a video transmitter picks-back signals to a television antenna, which then picks-down signals to the television receiver.
A receiver can then use this information to choose a signal that best matches the television signal.
A home or small business can use a home digital or digital TV antenna for the purpose of getting high-resolution video from TV or other sources.
A video receiver picks- up signals from the ground station and sends the signals to an antenna that picks- back the signal and passes it to a video or other device.
Digital signals can be picked up by any type of equipment.
An HDTV receiver picks signals from a television and passes them to an analog TV receiver to pick the signals up and pass them to a receiver.
Analog TV receivers pick signals from TV and pass the signals on to an input device for an analog signal to be amplified.
An analog receiver picks the signals and passes the signals onto an input that picks them up and passes those signals to another input that converts them into digital data.
A high-def digital signal can also be picked- up by a digital TV or an analog receiver.
Most HDTV receivers can receive and pass digital signals.
In addition, most digital receivers can send signals from their digital signal processing equipment.
Digital devices can pick and pass signals from both ground planes or digital receivers.
An digital receiver is a receiver that picks up signals that are not in a standard ground channel.
Digital or analog receiver is typically a set of devices that are connected together by a set-top box, such as a set top box that has an antenna.
In some cases, a set bottom box is used as a digital or analogue receiver.
Many HDTV equipment, including some digital receivers, have a built-in digital antenna so that they can pick signals in a digital channel from digital receivers and send them to digital receivers in a common ground channel that a standard digital or antenna can pick out. HD