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How to set up digital channels on Samsung TV via antenna?
How do some spend their free time? That’s right, for telecom. Television is a great opportunity to spend leisure time with enthusiasm. And modern TV only goes towards the consumer, increasing the “range” of functions from year to year. Soon our client will be left with the broadcasting will switch to a digital method of signal transmission, alas, is it easy to start attending with the progress now? Next, we will figure out how to set up digital channels on the Samsung TV through the antenna so that you do not have any difficulties in this process.
What is digital television?
Many in general are not even familiar with the concept itself. Digital television is a burning way to transmit a signal and receive it in a compressed form. Specifically, when using it, now always get a picture with high quality.
Such a television is more practical:
- High quality sound and graphics. Broadcasting is not terrible interference.
- During the installation process, it is not useful for you to rummage and get confused in excess wires.
- The abundance of channels probably implements the tastes of even the largest family.
- It’s not necessary to call the installation wizards. Our annotation will clearly show that to cope without effort is an option for yourself.
- With this TV, you can get to the web.
Slight Facts About Modern TV
It’s no secret that for about 30 years television broadcasting was analogous to our client. Digital and analogue differ in the type of transmission of information, above we have already said what actually, which type is better.
China and Our Homeland were going to make a complete transition to signal transmission using digital channels by 2015. However, this was hindered by the solid volumes of the still-working analog transmitters. In 2016, the Minister of Communications said that soon the support for analogue TV will be discontinued (conditional date. 2018). The same trends are observed in other countries of the CIS region not only.
We set up digital television on Samsung
Digital TV has become popular since its inception. There are good reasons for this:
- It is enough to complete the setup only once, and you will never need to correct the antenna information carriers, but you do not need to reconfigure your TV set to see something else.
- This type of television does not have any interference, if any problems with the signal arise, then you will not be able to see the broadcasts.
- Television of this format (DTV format) is very popular among the population.
- For the option of channels it is not necessary at all to call a specialist who will be able to do this without the help of others. One of the requirements is the support of the DVB-C tuner model standards.
How to select and configure a DVB-T / T2 antenna. Features of receiving digital TV.
How to select and configure a DVB-T / T2 antenna. Features of receiving digital television. You’ll learn from this.
How to install, connect and configure a digital terrestrial TV DVB T2 receiver.
In this, I connected the digital broadcasting set-top box TV DVB T2 to the old kinescope TV set Samsung.
Fundamentally! Our customer is left with modern devices from Samsung equipped with such standards. Even older models are not deprived of this trend.
Therefore, we are currently going to talk about setting up the “numbers” on Samsung TVs.
How to set up digital channels on Samsung TV? There are no obstacles here. Check out the clear annotation to see here:
- Visit the menu and open the “Channel” in this section.
- Open the “Country” item.
- If the telly requires a pin, then try to enter the traditional passwords: 0000, 1234, 1111.
- TV setup takes place in the “Other” tab.
- Go back and go to “Cable Search Features”.
- Here you need to set the frequency equal to 290 MHz and the transmission speed, which is 6875 ks / s, and the modulation is about 256 QAM;
- And again he turns back and we go into the “Auto tuning”.
- We select “Cable” for the signal source.
- We stop the selection on “Digital”.
Fundamentally! If you haven’t set up an analog TV yet, go to “Analog and Digital” in this section.
- Go to “Network” and start the setup using the “Login” item.
Setting up Samsung Smart TV
How to install digital channels on Samsung TV if it’s new? On TVs with the Smart function, things are simpler, and setting up an analog TV requires even less action:
- We go to the Menu, we run to the “Broadcast” tab.
- Just select “Auto tuning”.
- In the menu that opens, and again select “Auto tuning”.
- Poke the “Start” button.
- In the new window, activate the full search mode, move to where the “Scanner”.
- Wait until all available channels are detected, click “Close” at the end of the process.
Now no one will be able to stop you from enjoying watching television.
Set up on LG TVs
Together with the equipment from the eminent Samsung company, they are popular and allow LG to keep accounting records (software). Let’s see how to set up digital channels on such a TV set:
- Press the Menu button on the remote control (remote control).
- We find the “Settings” tab on the display, select it.
- In the menu that opens, select the “Options” tab, press “OK”.
- Set your country.
- Go to “Auto Search” in this section, confirm your choice.
- You must select the type of connection. We select the “Cable”.
Fundamentally! If the system does not put you before the choice of connecting to a TV. repeat step 4, indicating a different country.
- We set the same frequency and other characteristics, as well as in the setting on the Samsung TVs (see above).
- Click OK.
If you have done what is right for our client to do right, then your client will have available channels of digital and analog TV.
Agree that setting up does not take a lot of effort, time, money. So why call a specialist, if always of course to cope yourself? Thanks to these instructions, you can easily set up your television without any help, saving the nerves for yourself and others. Happy viewing!
How to turn on the antenna power
The transition to digital television can not be avoided. And various modifications of antenna equipment began to appear on the market. Among them appeared an antenna with a gain board of 5 to 12 volts.
Voltage is supplied to the antenna equipment from a digital dvb t2 set-top box, a TV via a USB injector or a network adapter with a rating of 5-12V / 0.5Am. Next, we will figure out how to turn on the antenna power.
Connections from the console.
Applying voltage to the gain board from the t2 receiver is quite simple. All you need to do is turn on the antenna power in the digital set-top box menu. We take the remote control from the receiver and press the menu (menu). Next, you need to find the item “antenna power” and activate it. The equipment menu may visually differ on different models, but the essence is the same.
How to turn on the antenna power on the TV
Unfortunately, not all TVs can supply voltage to the gain board. If your TV supports this feature, then consider yourself lucky. The inclusion on the TV occurs, as well as on a digital set-top box. Through the TV menu. If such a function is not found, then you will have to spend a couple of hundred to buy a USB injector.
“USB injector. the device is designed to supply voltage to the active antenna from the USB port of the television receiver, network adapter, dvb-t2 set-top box”
Allows you to connect antenna equipment to a USB port, without a 220 V network unit. No extra wires, current consumers. Secure way to connect.
Other connection methods
Well, in cases if you do not have USB on the TV, then it remains to use the power supply. A charging unit from a phone, tablet with a USB output and a nominal value of 5-12V / 0.5Am is suitable. The following is a diagram of the connection of active equipment from a digital terrestrial set-top box or TV via a divider. For this wiring method, the signal divider must be with a power pass. You can use a splitter for satellite television.
The second circuit does not use a divider, and the consoles are connected in series through the loopback output on the receiver. The power of the antenna equipment is turned on at the console. Same as in the first connection option.
Connection diagram using the adapter can be found here.
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Power television antenna. Power supply circuitry for the antenna amplifier.
The DVB-T2 digital television signal can be received on antennas without an amplifier only at a short distance from the repeater (usually up to 20 km), or on an antenna with a large intrinsic gain, which is achieved due to the significant dimensions of the antenna. At the same time, it should be mounted outdoors and, if possible, as high as possible.
Most modern antennas (with an amplifier) require a supply voltage of 5 V. Consider several schemes for supplying power to the antenna amplifier. Power supply to the TV antenna is carried out via coaxial cable:
- from the receiver (TV);
- from a power injector;
- from the power supply.
Power supply from digital terrestrial receiver.
If you have a classic scheme for receiving terrestrial television T2 set-top box, then the antenna is supplied with power directly by the receiver.
Almost all modern DVB-T / T2 receivers are equipped with a power supply function for the antenna. You can activate the power supply through the receiver menu.
To check the availability or activation of this function, refer to the receiver’s instructions or its settings.
Power supply from the built-in TV tuner.
Many modern televisions are already equipped with a built-in DVB-T2 tuner and the antenna could be powered from the TV.
But not all TV models support the function of supplying power to the active antenna.
If it is necessary to supply power to the antenna, you will need one of the following sets of equipment in the right combination:
How to Set Up Antenna On Samsung TV
Tuning in to local HDTV broadcasts
HDTV for Dummies 2nd Edition
If the thought of paying for cable or satellite TV hurts in your head, consider a free HDTV broadcast. Almost every household in America can tune in at least one HDTV station (99 percent of homes, according to some), and it’s absolutely free!
Exploring Free Local HDTV Channels
Spend some time exploring HDTV broadcast channels. Now you do not have to do this online research, but if you have Internet access, this is the best way to do this. If you don’t have internet access, talk to the retailers from whom you buy your HDTV. they probably have first-hand knowledge (or at least anecdotal information) about the availability of a local TV signal. They may also have a kiosk that provides access to online information.
Digital Channel Setup
Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). it is a huge (and extremely influential) trading organization that includes almost all HDTV manufacturers in the world. Thus, he is interested in getting people to buy high-definition TVs. This interest is sometimes manifested as lobbying efforts with the FCC, or marketing and industry development efforts. He also raises his head in the form of direct efforts to educate consumers.
In the case of HDTV, CEA had a truly brilliant idea to provide an extremely easy-to-use HDTV signal receiver. In connection with a company called Decisionmark, CEA has created this online system (TitanTV), which allows you to enter your address information, click a button and go to the other side with a good list of all your options for choosing an HDTV channel.
Just go to TitanTV and follow the on-screen instructions. You can also access TitanTV from many HDTV sellers and return home with a listing of your available stations.
TitanTV will not only find OTA stations for you, but also provide you with cable and satellite stations. You can make a quick comparison and see what best suits your needs.
Tuning to Free HDTV Channels
HDTV breaks the old television paradigm in many ways. One big difference is that not all HDTVs have a built-in TV tuner. In the old days of NTSC and analog television, this was quite rare. several high-quality televisions were “monitors” and required an external tuner, but they were definitely in the minority.
With the broadcast of HDTV and OTA HDTV, the situation has changed. at least for now (more on this soon). Many kits sold today as HDTV are HDTV-ready, but they do not have any electronics that can pick up the OTA HDTV broadcast. or Any ATSC, whether it is a high definition definition or a standard definition. (ATSC is an acronym of the Committee on Advanced Technology, an international non-profit organization that sets voluntary standards for digital television.)
The government requires TV manufacturers to have built-in tuners that can opt for OTA HDTVs, starting with larger (36-inch) TVs in 2005. Soon this lack of tuners will not be a problem.
Based on the built-in tuner
If you have an HDTV with a built-in ATSC tuner, you are almost all set up. All you have to do is find the appropriate antenna, establish the connections and go. It’s really that simple. or at least maybe.
Just follow the instructions in the HDTV manual to tune in to HDTV stations. (Each installation process on an HDTV screen is different.)
Some HDTVs with built-in ATSC tuners also have special tuners that can decode QAM-encoded HDTV signals. QAM. This is the system used by most cable television networks. This means that you can pick up your local radio stations simply by connecting cable TV. Please note that this is different from DCR systems (with digital cable). And no, this has nothing to do with using the OTA antenna, but this is a good piece of information to know if you have ever asked this question in the BBQ area.
Adding to the tuner
If you have an HDTV, there is a good chance that you will not have the built-in ATSC tuner mentioned in the previous section. Your HDTV may have an NTSC tuner that can receive analog broadcasts, but it’s probably only ready for HDTV, so you need to pick up the HDTV tuner box that you can connect between the antenna and your HDTV.
The biggest problem with HDTV tuners (regardless of whether they are on your TV or external) has traditionally been economic. They (or at least were) damned dearly. Even a year or two ago, it was customary to consider HDTV tuners, which cost 1,000 or more (this effectively explains why so many high-definition TVs were sold as HDTV-ready: Not everyone with HDTV uses an OTA tuner, so why spend the cost already expensive HDTV through the roof?).
The good news is that are down, which is typical for consumer electronics. And are going nowhere, but down.
When you choose an HDTV tuner, here are just a few things to consider:
- Digital Outputs: If at all possible, you should use a digital cable connection between your tuner and your HDTV. DVI-D or HDMI are by far the most common (1394 / FireWire was usually common, but this is rare these days). Make sure the outputs on your tuner match the inputs on your HDTV.
- The new HDMI system is backward compatible with DVI-D using a simple adapter. This way you can mix DVI-D and HDMI freely.
- If your DVI-D or HDMI output from your HDTV tuner uses an HDCP copy protection scheme, make sure that the DVI-D or HDMI input on your high-definition TV also. Otherwise, the system may weaken (or “lower”) the signal, giving you an image without an HDTV.
- Analog outputs: Although you want to use your digital outputs, if possible, it is convenient to have a full set of analog outputs on the HDTV tuner to connect to other devices (such as a digital recorder).
- Output Resolution: Most HDTV tuners can be adjusted to the best resolution for your HDTV. Some HDTVs require a certain signal resolution (for example, 1080i); if you do, make sure your tuner can give you the exit with this permission.
- Satellite Features: Some OTA HDTV tuners also include satellite TV receivers. Well, satellite companies will turn it over and say that their receivers include OTA tuners. In any case, it can be convenient if you use the satellite service for high-quality HDTV channels (for example, ESPN-HD and HBO) and use the antenna to collect local HDTV channels.
The FCC requires TV manufacturers to start incorporating ATSC tuners on their TVs as part of the industry’s overall transition to digital television. By mid-2005, all TVs larger than 36 inches will need an integrated ATSC tuner. over time, this requirement will be filtered out to smaller televisions and even for devices such as recorders, which today have their own NTSC tuners. (NTSC belongs to the National Television System Committee, a group that sets the standards for television and in the United States.)