Whenever we are thinking of getting a TV transmission set up like cable connection, dish satellite or TV aerial satellite first you think about the tv signal strength or the quality. Actually the quality of the set up depends on the signal strength and signals quality. If you don’t know what is the difference? Don’t worry we will guide you properly.
Many TVs have a separate meter for both quality and strength of the signals, but sometimes you can’t get one. Some TV can give you just an approximate percentage, but it will not be enough to measure the quality. So stay tuned with us and you will see how you can differentiate between both when you are thinking about getting a quality tv aerial installation setup.
The signal strength you can say the quantity of the signals you are getting per second, or number of signals you are getting in one second, however the quality of the signal is the bandwidth of the signal you are getting per second. So make sure the difference between both
Quality is more Prior than Strength
According to the aerialandsatelliteexpress.co.uk it really depends on the manufacturer of the TV, but you should always expect the TV signal to be 100% or a full signal bar. This generally means that at that time the signal received after error correction is fine and works as expected. If it is below 100% or skips, you may have problems with TV reception. This may be because the TV has memorized the wrong TV transmitter, so you should check the tuning of your TV first.
Also, it’s important to note that just because the signal reading reads 100% at a time doesn’t necessarily mean it will always be 100% and you may experience intermittent TV reception. Likewise, on other equipment such as many Skyboxes, the signal quality may not be 100% or a full bar. This does not mean that there is something wrong with the signal, it could be reading the signal before error correction, which is actually a more reliable way to do it. In conclusion, if it has a high percentage of quality and not of signal strength. I wouldn’t worry if the TV picture was good anymore.