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TELE-satellite International — The World‘s Largest Digital TV Trade Magazine
— 12-01/2012
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Dear Readers, the
availability of different
signal analyzers is getting
larger and larger. In this
issue we are introducing
three more of these
products and as you’ve
seen by reading the test
reports, these devices
continue to offer more
and more functions. This
makes the setting up of a
digital reception system
a lot of fun regardless of
whether it’s a satellite or
terrestrial system.
Why is it that there are
more and more signal
analyzers available? The
answer is actually quite
simple: the analyzer
market continues to grow
and grow and grow. Of
course the next logical
question is: why is it
There are some obvious
reasons such as the
cost/performance of the
analyzers. This ratio
continues to grow: either
the price goes down for
the performance you
get or you get more
this new method but this
technology has potential
and undoubtedly will be
expanded upon. And at
some point the matching
signal analyzers would
be needed as well. And
of course this guarantees
that the signal analyzer
market will grow even
more. New transmission
and reception
technologies will follow
and the complexities of
the reception systems will
also increase.
As you can see, the
original product group
that was relatively
small in size has
developed because of
all these technological
improvements into a
product that more and
more digital TV friends
will actually end up using
on a regular basis.
Alexander Wiese
performance for the price
you pay. But whatever
the case may be, it’s
becoming more and
more attractive for digital
TV friends, even those
who don’t install such
a system very often, to
go out and buy a signal
But there’s another
reason: the technology
is becoming more
sophisticated and
complex. “Simple”
installations, like those
involving only one
antenna, one receiver
and a single TV, are
becoming fewer and
fewer. You hardly see
this anymore. Today
installations typically
involve a combination
system where, for
example, a terrestrial and
satellite system would be
installed that also would
include Internet access.
On top of this there
would be multiple outlets
available and let’s not
forget the SmartPhone
that would also need to
be able to receive TV
And it doesn’t stop
there. In this issue of
TELE-satellite we are
reporting on an entirely
new transmission
method called MIS.
There are hardly any
receivers available for
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