The TV Broadcast
The TV Broadcast
A TV is basically a small piece of electronic equipment in which you are able to watch programmes with sound and images through a glass monitor on which your television set is fitted. TV stands for `televisions’ and is an acronym for ` Television’. In the early days television used to be operated by a operator, but nowadays it is controlled by an interface cable that plugs into the wall socket. The control room is usually equipped with the necessary cables to allow the viewer to watch programme schedules or programmes recorded onto DVD’s.
The technology used to transmit the picture to the audience is called Television (TV). Televisions are used for watching programmes from one country to another, and some people prefer to catch up their favourite shows whenever they can, whereas others still want to sit in the comfort of their own home and just enjoy the show. There are three types of television systems, UHF(ultra high frequency), UHF-VHF(very high frequency) and broadcast band(broadcasting frequencies overlap into other bands, but are independent from one another). There are also many different types of tuners used to increase the channels and allow extra programmes to be watched without any loss of quality.
The TV industry is constantly on the lookout to develop new technological features for the enjoyment of the viewers and to introduce new and innovative ideas for use in making television shows and programs. One of these is the LCD Televisions, which provide crystal clear pictures with very high resolution and also with high definition clarity. The LCD television sets are more popular among television viewers in the United Kingdom than any other type of television set. Apart from the very high quality picture, they have very low levels of input lag and an easy-to-use interface makes them popular among younger viewers.