Thursday, 19 January 2017

If you are interested in accessing over 27 digital TV channels at virtually no subscription cost, then this post is for you. Today, residents of Abuja and environs, in Nigeria are already enjoying this newly launched technology. This is popularly called the Free TV digital technology service. Yes, it is as free as it claims, offers Interactive programming, mobile reception of videos, internet and multimedia base advertising and has already proven to be a reliable source of super digital TV entertainment in Nigeria.

HOW DOES THE FEEE TV QORK?

The new free digital TV service in Nigeria works on the principle of digital terrestrial TV technology. The TV signals are generated as a quantum of highly sophisticated video, audio and add-on digital formats and transmitted over a defined digital highway. The new TV service is free because it’s signals are propagated through a dedicated highway or path. From the source studio, the TV signals are transmitted through a combination of primary (signal booster) and secondary (signal reciever) digital Ariel masts. Eventually, as soon as the signal transmission radius hits your Ariel antenna, the signal is captured and delivered to your set-top box. Technically, the set-top box converts the transmitted signals into a video-ahdio format that can be understood and displayed by your TV.
However for your set-top box to decode, convert and display these digital TV signals, it must be inputted with the right frequencies and other parameter values at which such digital TV signals are being transmitted.

HOW TO GET THE SET-TOP BOX FOR THE FREE TV

Being at its plot stage, the Free TV signal network is being received in Abuja and environs. The good news is that before June 2017, all states in Nigeria would have started enjoying the Free TV network services. Currently, the set-top box for the Free TV sells for 1,500 NGN. Stay in touch as My DigiTech Media Blog continues to bring you more details on the new Free TV in Nigeria.


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