Analog television

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Analog television is broadcasting television programming using analog signals.[1] Before digital television, all broadcasters used analog signals.

Analog television can be wireless or can be over a cable television network.

Many countries have changed from analog to digital television. Others are in the process of changing, and some have not started changing.

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  1. "Television technical performance code" (PDF). Ofcom. December 2006. Retrieved December 6, 2014.