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Archive for February 25th, 2011

GLONASS-K still on the ground

February 25th, 2011 by

The launch of the first GLONASS-K navigation satellite has been postponed another 24 hours.
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MTG programme receives full approval

February 25th, 2011 by

Following the approval of Belgium, all 26 EUMETSAT Member States have now firmly committed to the Meteosat Third Generation (MTG) programme.
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HDTV – A Maximum Pleasure of Video Watching

February 25th, 2011 by

If you are a true movie watcher and are always annoyed with bad quality of video that’s out of your standard, maybe HDTV is a video system that can meet your demand. More and more people admit that they can feel the optimum pleasure from the quality of this video.

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HDTV: The Revolution of Home Entertainment

February 25th, 2011 by

How HDTV can share to your live, of course, by providing the most convenient resolution for your home entertainment. You maybe wonder what makes people gain more energy after they wasted all of their stamina and spirit by working all day at the office.

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The Inclusion of HDTV With The LCD Technology

February 25th, 2011 by

HDTV is actually a kind of television that is used the high level technology that could provide some similar quality with the 35 mm picture quality. This kind of television used a new digital transmission, unlike the older TV that is used the normal analog signal.
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The Advantages of Having Satellite TV in Your Home or Business

February 25th, 2011 by

There are many reasons for why television has achieved such a dominant role in our modern lives, and there are equally many reasons for why this otherwise informative and beneficial technology has devolved into what is widely known as the “boob tube.” Principally, what has led to this general decline in the reputation of television in our society is a lack of engaging, exciting programming as well as a lack of awareness on behalf of most consumers regarding how they can best utilize their televisions to their own advantage. All of that is beginning to be turned around, however, as satellite TV begins to take over the market and viewers finally are able to put this formidable technology to productive use.
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