HD Digital Antennas Sydney Hawkesbury
It’s probably not something many people are interested in unless they’re some kind of an electrical engineer or just bored, but understanding how an antenna works can be useful when the one on your TV or radio goes south on you and the reason is beyond your comprehension.
It’s not an easy task Trying to explain how an antenna works in plain English as there are a lot of technical specifications that need to be explained. But a general understanding is possible without getting into tech speak that would make Einstein cringe.
• What is a set top box, do I need one?
• Can I use my old TV?
• How do I get high-definition digital TV?
• Is my old antenna a digital antenna?
• How do I get 20 plus free-to-air channels?
• How do I get ready for digital TV?
• Can I record my favourite programs?
• What equipment do I need to upgrade?
Of course, we have all the answers for you and what you have to do is just ask.
In order for an antenna to work it has to radiate. Your antenna, whether TV or radio has what is called free electrons running through it. It is these free electrons that vibrate. The question becomes, how do these free electrons vibrate and what causes them to vibrate?
Well, in real life it takes an electric field to move an electron. If you take an isolated straight dipole, the power comes from the combined fields of all the charged particles, both positive and negative, in the antenna. We’ll call this field the antenna’s coulomb field.
Located in the Hawkesbury River Valley, Hawkesbury City Council is the largest Local Government area in the Sydney Metropolitan region, NSW Australia, covering approximately 2,800 square kilometres.
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