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    What is DVB-T?

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    • DVB-T stands for Digital Video Broadcasting - Terrestrial and it is the standard for broadcasting a TV signal via the air. This system transmits digital audio and video signals in the MPEG format.

      Your TV has an integrated DVB-T tuner that enables you to view free digital channels from the service provider. In order to view the encrypted/scrambled channels, you need either a Conditional Access Module (CAM or CI-Module) with a smart card or a Set top box depending on the implementation by the service provider.

      • Consult your dealer or service provider about the possibilities for receiving encrypted/scrambled digital channels.
      • If you wish to buy a CAM or to know which CAM is available for your TV, you may contact the dealer or service provider.
      • Philips does not supply CAMs as an accessory.

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