Briz 31 was removed from TV broadcast at midnight 28th February 2017. Consequently all TV antenna Brisbane signals are now broadcast on the VHF band. You can access community TV at 31.com.au or online at www.qldonline.tv Now called Queensland Online, a website that was softly launched in December 2016, Mr Poole-Warren (general manager) said the new...
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The number of American households that are cutting the cable TV cord is growing every year. A study by eMarketer says that by 2017 there will be almost 6.5 million U.S. households that will no longer pay for cable television. Another 17.8 million households never paid for cable to begin with, according to the same...
As FM radio becomes more popular, reception can be enhanced with the addition of a specialised antenna for this purpose. Current Brisbane stations in the FM 88-108MHz range are… 87.6 Mhz/87.8 Mhz/88.0 Mhz (Various suburbs) Vision FM 88.0 Mhz (Brisbane CBD, southern suburbs and Moreton Island) 93.3 Mhz SBS Radio (international languages) 94.9 Mhz River 94.9...
New digital antennas suitable for Brisbane are available which have an even smaller footprint than many of those previously available. Now that UHF will no longer be broadcast in Brisbane, these television antennas are VHF only, and are more efficient and tiny in comparison to the old VHF antennas still seen around many older suburbs....
First of all, stating the obvious, a television antenna is needed to receive signals, so let’s run through the components needed for digital reception. An outdoor antenna offers the best solution by far, but an indoor antenna may be a viable option in some good reception areas. The signal is carried by cable to a...