Cellphones could eat into TV picture quality


By Paul Marks The English seaside town of Whitehaven in Cumbria is often at the centre of energy debates, with the Sellafield nuclear fuel dump on its doorstep. Last November, however, it was thrust into the vanguard of a very different discussion when it became the first region in the UK to switch off its four analogue terrestrial TV channels for good and replace them with up to 40 digital ones. The resulting crisp picture quality has been well received. “When people saw the quality of digital TV pictures they realised just how ropey analogue TV had been,
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