Definitions for "Direct Broadcast Satellite"
A broadcast technology that uses satellites orbiting the Earth to broadcast television or data signals to an 18" dish antenna.
Also known as "dish TV." A high-powered satellite transmits or retransmits signals intended for direct reception by the public. The signal is transmitted to a small dish antenna mounted on homes or other buildings and is connected to the receiver by coaxial cable.
A method of delivering high-quality digital video into consumers' homes via an 18-inch roof-mounted dish. Previously known as digital satellite system (DSS).
Keywords:  slamming, service, provider
Service Provider Slamming
Keywords:  articles, related
Show related articles DD
Keywords:  current