List Of Digital TV Frequencies In Ghana. November 2022

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Ghana is gradually switching to the digital world. A time will come when analog TVs will fade away. 

There are not less than one hundred and twenty-five (125) Digital TV Frequencies in Ghana. Today’s post contain the list of digital TV frequencies in Ghana. Take a moment and glance through the list of these digital television frequencies.

Key Points

I will walk you through the following key sections below: 

  • What We Mean By Digital TV
  • Digital TV vs Analogue TV
  • Digital TV Frequencies In Ghana

What We Mean By Digital TV

If you closely follow the Tech trends these days, you will realize that Digital TVs are predominant, they are taking over the world. On the other hand, Analog TVs are gradually fading out of the system.

Digital TVs use flat panels such as plasma, LCD or LED as their display. Analog TVs also use cathode ray tubes as their display. 

Again, digital TVs can come with resolutions like: 480p, 780p or even 1080i/p (High Definition, HD). Analog TVs are restricted to standard resolutions. 

We can also talk about the screen sizes of digital TVs; their sizes ranges over 50 inches. However, analog TVs are somehow restricted under 30 inches.

Digital TV Frequencies In Ghana

There you go. Explore the list of Digital TV Frequencies In Ghana below. 

  • AB TV

Position: 28.2°E

Satellite: Astra 2E

Beam: West Africa

EIRP: 50

  • ABC TV

Position: 28.2°E

Satellite: Astra 2E

Beam: West Africa

EIRP: 50

  • Adinkra TV

Position: 28.2°E

Satellite: Astra 2E

Beam: West Africa

EIRP: 50

  • Adoa TV

Position: 28.2°E

Satellite: Astra 2E

Beam: West Africa

EIRP: 50

  • Adom TV

Positions: 28.2°E, 26.0°E, 18.0°W and 7.0°E. 

Satellite: Astra 2F, Astra 2, Badr 7, Eutelsat, Intelsat 37e and LyngSat Stream. 

Beam: West Africa, NW Africa, Africa & Europe.

  • Adzipa TV
  • Aflao TV
  • Agya Kofabae TV
  • AIT TV
  • Akanayo TV
  • Akasanoma TV
  • Akwasi Awua TV
  • Amazing Power TV
  • Amen TV
  • Amenfi TV
  • Amenuveve TV
  • Angel TV
  • Apple TV
  • Aseda TV
  • Atinka TV
  • Best TV
  • Big Dreams TV
  • Big TV
  • Blessed TV
  • BOC TV
  • Boss TV
  • Brighter TV
  • Brong and Ahafo TV
  • CACI TV
  • Cash TV
  • Channel 7
  • Citi TV
  • Cosmopolitan TV
  • Days TV
  • DNT
  • DTV1
  • ETV Ghana
  • Eba TV
  • Elijah TV
  • Eno TV
  • Ezra TV
  • Famous TV
  • Fast TV
  • Fire TV
  • Fire TV 2
  • Fly TV
  • Gaskia Plus TV
  • Gaskia TV
  • GBC News
  • Gh One TV
  • Ghana Learning TV
  • Ghana TV
  • Globe TV
  • Green TV
  • Guidance TV
  • Healing Jesus TV
  • Henne’s TV
  • Hill TV
  • Hope Channel Ghana
  • Hot GH TV
  • Joy Learning
  • Joy News 
  • HSM TV
  • Ice 1 TV
  • Iron TV
  • Jericho TV
  • Jesus Saves TV
  • JKUltimate TV
  • Joy Prime
  • Kabiila TV
  • Kasapa TV
  • Kessben TV
  • Kids Arena
  • Kingdom TV
  • Kings TV
  • Kiss TV
  • Kumawood TV
  • Legon Cities TV
  • LifeStyle TV
  • London TV
  • Lucky TV
  • Mabesh TV
  • Maranatha TV
  • Max TV
  • Maxx Empire TV
  • Metro TV
  • Muslim Access Movement TV
  • MX 24
  • Nana Kwaku Bonsam TV
  • Nazareth TV
  • Net 2 TV
  • New Day TV
  • Next TV
  • Nhyiraba TV
  • NTV
  • OB TV
  • Ogyaba TV
  • OK TV
  • One Ghana TV
  • One HD
  • Oseikrom TV
  • Our TV
  • Pag TV
  • Pan African TV
  • Passion TV
  • Pemsan TV
  • Pent TV
  • Power TV
  • Precious TV
  • Prophet 1TV
  • Rainbow TV
  • Resurrection TV
  • Rhema TV
  • Rock TV
  • Royal Star TV
  • Royal TV
  • Safoa TV
  • Sagani TV
  • Samenk TV
  • SBN TV
  • Rhema TV
  • Season TV
  • Second Chance TV
  • Selom TV
  • Serwaa TV
  • Shelter TV
  • Silver TV
  • Spin 2 Win
  • Spirit Filled TV
  • Spiritus TV
  • Starr TV
  • Strong TV
  • Sunnah TV Ghana
  • Sweet TV
  • Temko TV
  • Thunder TV
  • Todays TV
  • Truth TV
  • TV3
  • VSN Action
  • VSN Xtra
  • Wesleyan TV
  • Wontumi TV
  • Zone Three 6
  • ZTV Ghana
  • United TV
  • Victory TV
  • Virgin TV
  • Voice TV
  • Volta 1 TV
  • TV Africa
  • TV Xyz
  • United States of Africa TV

Digital TVs vs Analog TVs

In the 1920’s, the first television broadcast striked the airwaves and by then, the only means by which TV shows are transmitted is the use of analog signals. However in 1996, the digital signals came into light. 

The main difference between Digital TVs and Analog TVs lies in the signals that they are able to process. Analog TVs can only process analog signals whereas digital TVs can process both analog signals and digital signals.

 

 

 

 

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