Low-Power Television (LPTV)

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Low-Power Television (LPTV)

Postby OmegaProductions » Tue Dec 12, 2017 9:15 am

Hello guys in NBTV! :D
I have some news for you all. I have found a format for analogue TV, and it is cheaper to get and use. It is called "Low-Power Television" (LPTV) or microbroadcasting. LPTV only produces less electricity and has poor quality and of course, many static interference. I saw a video about microbroadcasting from Ben (aka Oddity Archive) talking about how he got things to work for transmission with LPTV, and have some junk to make it work.

Here is the link to his video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fC1EpdO_ix0

I realise that Ben used a digital antenna receiver as a transmitter for LPTV broadcasting. I do however have one at home, but it hasn't been used for some years now. Here are the pictures of the digital antenna.
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It is a "One-for-All" digital receiver antenna model I have in my house.
You can put it in either short or long range.
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And this is what it looks like when put up to long range...
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I would put it in long range, since it may pick it up on my old Bush TV better.
Well...that's all I had to say. However I do not have a cheap broadcasting equipment for it yet, but I will yet again may do this project in the future, but that's all I have to say!
This is me Dylan signing out and goodbye!!!! :D :) :wink:
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