Reasons Why We Can Not Go Back to Analog TelevisionDon't you miss Analog television? I know I do. Don't you miss your portable TVs that have an analog transmitter? Well, sadly we have to go with the changes. This list is for all of the people who demand for analog TV to come back.
The Top Ten
The analog airwaves was needed to be freed up enough so the calls to First Responders would be more effective.
We have Hulu, Netflix, Roku, Apple T.V., Chromecast, etc. and I think that since Analog T.V. is rather outdated, nobody will even care either.
Analog television has a standard 4:3 resolution while Digital television has a 16:9 resolution. I think that even if the Analog transmitter was restored, the resolution were to look cropped just like it was before in 2009.
Internet and phone companies need more bandwidth even to this day. Analog uses airwaves while Digital uses data.
We all have to go with the changes now. We all have to get used to it.
I still have my old television that I grew up for 15 years and I STILL haven't got rid of it. I understand that Analog T.V. is dead and obsolete, but it doesn't mean that T.V. ceased to exist.
If I remember correctly, I heard that the transmitter needed to be disassembled for a back up generator.
For a very long time after the tragic accident of 9/11, the govt. needed to free up airwaves to improve phone calls to First responders, in 2009, they already have it.
I understand that there was Analog Cable T.V., even THOSE channels switched to digital, if my memory serves me correctly. Now we have digital Cable/Satellite Television.
Even analog TVs switched to digital. We live in the digital age now, it's the new millennium.
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