What is DTH / Digital TV?

DTH/Digital TV is a new technology for the broadcasting of television signals. Traditionally, analog TV transmission has been the traditional method of broadcasting TV channels. But analog TV transmission is not as efficient as that of digital TV. It uses up much more valuable spectrum than DTH/digital TV, and only allows TV stations to transmit one channel at a time.

In DTH/digital TV signals, the TV programme is coded into a digital stream of “0” & “1” similar to that of a computer. As a result, these signals occupy much less capacity in the spectrum. So in space required for one analog TV channel, a broadcaster can carry four to five different DTH/digital TV channels. This means greater choice of services as well as better picture and sound quality for the DTH/digital TV viewer. DTH/Digital TV technology can also be used to deliver future interactive video and data services that analog technology can't provide.


  • How does Digital TV work?

    In a digital TV, the pixels have information about color, brightness, and position screen in binary code. Information in a digital signal is transmitted as 1s and 0s binary bits which are put back together at the receiving end to form picture and sound.

  • What is the difference between analog and digital TV?

    Analog TV’s transmit audio and video signals over the airwaves like a radio signal. Each station has a single frequency over which to broadcast its analog television signal.

    A digital TV Signal means transmits in “packets” of compressed data. The data uses a combination of 1’s and 0’s. digital signals and do not experience the interference, or signal loss, that analog TV signals do. That means user enjoy a consistently clear picture and high-quality audio.

  • How many digital TV channels are there?

    As of September 30, 2022. we provide our subscribers with access to 623 channels (including 89 HD channels), in 12 different languages and across ten genres.


  • What is the difference between DTH and DTT?

    Digital terrestrial television is a technology in which land-based (terrestrial) television stations broadcast television content by radio waves to televisions in consumers' residences in a digital format.

    Direct-to-home (DTH) Broadcasting Service refers to the distribution of multi-channel TV programs by using a satellite system and provides TV signals direct to subscribers' premises.