4 channel digital TV multiplexer and modulator

Posted on Tuesday, January 29th, 2013 in open source, RF by DP


Always wanted to run your own TV station? Now you can. Here is a project that lets you encode 4 video and audio channels and broadcasts it on a set radio frequency. The schematic and board files are available for anyone wanting to build their own.

The TV transmitter we present today generates a stream containing four TV programs and broadcasts it on a frequency in the DTT standard . Ideal for stacking in an antenna system, audiovisual channels generated on-site or from other sources like a decoder for satellite television.

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4 Responses to “4 channel digital TV multiplexer and modulator”

  1. waheed says:

    we want to connect our radio and TV channel to satellite digital broadcast system what we to do it?and which equipment we need for this system?

  2. cesar says:

    deseo recibir informacion de productos isdb-t , transmisores

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