Encyclopedia > Digital tuner

  Article Content

Digital tuner

A digital tuner is a tuning device that allows a television or radio set to receive signals via airwaves, satellite, or cable and translate them into a signal the device can display.

Useful for receiving digital broadcasts over the air or via satellite and displaying it on a High Definition Television or Standard Definition Television digital television set.

Term also used for radio receivers to tune in radio stations digitally (0.1 MHz increments in the US) as opposed to analog dialing. Radio may also be received by digital radio tuners which receive audio signals via satellite.

All Wikipedia text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License

  Search Encyclopedia

Search over one million articles, find something about almost anything!
  Featured Article

... can refer to: Christiania - the name of Oslo, from 1624 to 1925. The Free State of Christiania - a partially self-governing neighborhood in the city of ...

This page was created in 35.6 ms