Digital antenna: The antenna you use to receive the digital signal to your TV.
Digital frame: The frame you’re using to convert the digital signals to analog signals for broadcast or other broadcast content.
Digital coupon: An offer or coupon that you get for your digital device.
The digital code you use for your device.
Digital dice: A piece of paper that is printed and placed on the screen to indicate what kind of digital device you’re playing on.
Learn more about digital antennas.
The FCC regulates how TV stations and content providers can use your TV antenna, and you can be fined if you don’t abide by the rules.
In general, it’s not a violation of the FCC’s rules if your TV station or content provider isn’t using an antenna that is licensed by the FCC.
The FCC rules don’t explicitly ban using a digital antenna in your home.
If your TV provider or service provider doesn’t provide a digital signal for you to use, you can still receive digital signals.
However, you won’t be able to watch TV or receive digital content.
You can also access digital channels through a cable or satellite provider.
You can watch live TV and receive digital signal, but you won’ t be able view or download TV shows and movies through the antenna.
If you don’ t want to listen to a live broadcast or receive a digital download, you should use a digital receiver that has a digital frame or digital coupon.
Here are the types of digital antennas you can use to get digital signals:TV receivers that have a digital display screen.
A digital display can be used to receive a signal on a TV or monitor.
The display on a digital TV receiver can show a number from 1 to 5 to indicate whether the signal is digital or analog.
Some TVs with digital displays can also show the signal as digital.
An antenna with a digital LCD display, such as a LCD-TV or LCD-L, or a digital AM/FM tuner.
An electronic digital television tuner, such the AM/AM-Z1-E1, which can transmit digital signals as well as analog.
An analog TV tuner that transmits analog signals as long as the signal frequency is lower than 100 kilohertz.
A digital TV tuning unit that transmit digital signals and also has a small LCD display.
A television antenna with an optical digital display.
An HDMI-DVI digital TV remote.
An optical digital TV control box.
An LCD-LCD television remote.
Digital video antenna: A digital signal that you receive from your TV and convert to digital data on a computer.
This signal can be received on a laptop computer or television.
Digital digital television signal: A signal that can be sent over an HDMI cable or an optical TV.
Digital audio receiver: An analog audio receiver that transmates digital signals, including analog audio, to a television.
A speakerphone or a mic.
Digital radio receiver: A receiver that uses digital radio signals for broadcasting or receiving audio.
An audio source that transmotes digital signals through an HDMI or optical cable.
An FM tuner: An FM tuning device that transmots digital radio or analog radio signals to a receiver that is connected to the radio’s tuner port.
An HD-SDI digital TV controller.
An AM/FAM-D digital TV mixer that transmodes digital audio and digital TV signals.
Digital home theater: An audio amplifier that can output digital audio signals to digital audio players.
An iPod-like audio player that converts digital audio to digital video.
Digital tuner with a tuner switch: A switch that allows you to turn the audio output on or off.
The audio output can be turned on or turned off from a digital audio tuner to change the level of the signal coming from the TV.
A tuner can also be used for receiving digital audio from a speakerphone.
Digital cable: A cable that carries digital audio or digital video signals.
An ethernet cable.
Digital HDMI cable: Digital audio cable that connects to your digital TV or digital TV receivers.
Digital antenna: An antenna that uses an analog signal to receive digital video and analog audio signals.
Digital TV antenna: Digital TV receiver that can transmit analog signals and can receive digital audio as well.
Digital TV tuners that transmute digital signals via analog video cables.
Digital speakerphone: A portable speakerphone that transmutes digital audio, video, and analog TV signals to an audio source on your television.
The digital signal must be of the same bit rate as the analog signal.
If the digital video signal is of lower bit rate, the digital audio signal will be muted and the digital television and digital audio will not be transmitted.
A cable with a cable jack that has two wires for connecting a digital cable to your television or receiver.
The two wires are labeled “HD” and “HD-SD” on the left and “SD” and/or “SD-HD”