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The biggest advantage of a digital TV system is the improvement and consistency in picture quality. Unlike analog TV, where picture quality depends on signal strength, even relatively weak digital TV signals will produce pictures of high quality. In many cases, the picture quality will be as good as when it left the studio.
That means you won't need to deal with ghosting, static, unwanted color shifts, and snow. With digital TV, either the picture is the best it can be, or it's not there at all. That's because digital TV works with a “threshold” system – once the digital TV signal strength reaches a certain threshold above background noise, you'll receive it with all of the quality present in the transmitted signal.
Having a digital TV system means seeing significantly increased detail in TV pictures. Our present analog TV system, known as NTSC , after the National Television System Committee that developed it in the 1940s, is limited to about 480 visible lines of picture detail from top to bottom of the screen.
In contrast, high-definition TV ( HDTV ) can have from 720 to 1080 lines of picture information. That's an improvement of 1.5 to 2.25 times over regular TV programs. Not only that; HDTV pictures are wider and show more of the action.
Many people have commented that watching HDTV is like “looking out a window” or “actually being there.” That's how good the picture quality is. Imagine a view of a football game so good that it's like sitting on the 50-yard line. Imagine having front-row seats at a concert and hearing spectacular surround sound. It all comes with the switch to digital TV.
Digital TV is also “smarter” than analog TV. Digital data can be sent along with video and audio to your digital TV or set-top receiver. This data contains information about the station call sign, how many TV programs are being transmitted (sending out more than one program at a time is known as multicasting), the current time and date, and information about the program you're watching. You'll even be able to change audio formats and languages, plus see listings of future programs.
As you can see, digital TV offers a world of choices and features over analog television. That's why broadcasters and cable system operators are making the switch to digital so enthusiastically. (Satellite operators adopted a digital format some time ago.)