Digital television

DVB-T stands for Digital Video Broadcasting Terrestrial

DVB-T stands for Digital Video Broadcasting Terrestrial and is the open standard for broadcasting digital video by the means of transmitters. Television reception always and everywhere, even in a driving car: digital television on air has attractive assets. A small antenna, being built in or not in the television set, will do for reception.

In Flanders and Brussels, your 16 favorite TV channels are broadcasted in digital quality via TV Vlaanderen – Antenna TV.

You can find all information regarding TV Vlaanderen’s offer here.

What do you need? an antenna and a decoder with CI + module. You receive the TV signal digitally with your antenna. Place this next to your TV and connect with the Antenna TV decoder.

The CI + module has an integrated smart card for your TV subscription that you slide into the decoder. Then connect it to your TV. If your TV has a DVB-T2 slot, you can slide the CI + module in it and you do not need a decoder.

Unpack immediately and connect to your TV. Fixed in no time. No cable, dish or internet is required!