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Understanding Digital Television by Lars-Ingemar Lundstrom

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9

Connecting the Devices

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There is a lot to say about connecting devices to the TV set.

After a while, all TV viewers will discover their personal preferences for connecting the electronic devices in their homes. This may require several different communications networks in the home.

The oldest communication network in the home is the telephone connection. Another network that has been around for a very long time is the cabling from the TV antenna to the TV sets. Nowadays, there is a third network in most homes, the IP network which serves the computers with Internet connection as well at tying the computers to ...

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