How Cable Works
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Cable television came as a boon to people who were tired of watching broadcast programs. With cable television, you suddenly had a whole host of programs and channels that you could see, day and night. Cable television saw the light of day because of the efforts of a man named John Walson. The year was 1948 and cable television has come a long way since then.
Working of Cable TV
This step by step procedure will explain how cable television works, in a very easy to understand manner.
After this, you simply need to program your television set, or purchase a converter box if your TV is not cable ready, and you're all set to receive cable television.
The reception and picture of cable television is far superior to your local television broadcasts. Cable TV signals are relayed through cable wires and not through the air as local TV signals. Thus there is less scope for interference and blockage of signals due to tall buildings, weather etc, hence better picture quality with cable TV than local TV.
Cable Television Picture Problems
Although the picture quality is very good with cable television, you may experience problems from time to time. Shrinking picture, snow, rolling picture, and bad reception can be a problem, which can be dealt with in the following manner:
Thus, with cable television, you can have access to many different programs that would not have been available otherwise.
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