DVB-T2 stands for the terrestrial distribution of digital TV, radio and data signals and it’s the following standard of DVB-T. Switching to this new transmission standard for terrestrial TV already starts in 2016. Among other things, DVB-T2 offers a considerably better quality of the broadcasted programs and it has a much more stable reception signal. Due to DVB-T2 the reception of brilliant HDTV via antenna is finally possible.
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(Digital Satellite Equipment Control) Standard system for controlling digitally enabled satellite systems.
HDTV stands for High Definition Television, thus for outstanding picture quality. With HDTV, pictures can be displayed in much greater detail and with much finer gradations. Contrast and contours are more precise and colours truer to their originals. Furthermore, the wide screen format on HDTV broadcasts corresponds much better to human visual perception. So it creates a more vivid impression overall.