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While traveling with a caravan, it is possible to know what is happening in the outside world and to continue following popular programs. It is a very important element especially for those who are eagerly awaiting the new episode of their favorite series.

It allows watching satellite broadcasting, antenna and digital hard disk television programs with clear image and sound quality like at home.

So what types of televisions can be used in the caravan?

Terrestrial Digital Television is among these options. For those looking for digital television at an appropriate amount, the desired efficiency can be obtained with an antenna connection. It is known as the most preferred caravan television with its wide choice of channels and radio stations.

The best way to receive digital television signals is to use an omnidirectional antenna. It is necessary to mount the antenna as high as possible. A DVB-T receiver or set-top box is required to receive the broadcast via antenna. It is not possible to use a satellite receiver with a terrestrial installation. Like an analog television, the digital receiver needs to be re-tuned every time it changes where it is used. It's a process that can be easily handled in a short time. More and more televisions are being produced with built-in DVB-T receivers, eliminating the need for an external set-top box.

Satellite digital television is the second option.

Receiving digital television via satellite has some important advantages over terrestrial reception. Where terrestrial television signals are weak, satellite is the best choice.

In the selection of a dish antenna;

Portable, manual plates are in function to do your job. Portable systems are the cheapest type and are small enough to be easily stored when not in use. They can be installed on a tripod or a pole, or placed on a table or even on the floor. Plates are between 30cm - 100cm in diameter. Standard domestic satellite dishes can be used, but their size, weight, and design can make it difficult to use and store.


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