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'''[[Direct broadcast satellite]]''' ('''[[DBS]]''') is a term used to refer to [[satellite television]] broadcasts intended for home reception, also referred to more broadly as direct-to-home signals. The expression direct-to-home or DTH was, initially, meant to distinguish the transmissions directly intended for home viewers from cable television distribution services that sometimes carried on the same satellite. '''[[Direct broadcast satellite]]''' ('''[[DBS]]''') is a term used to refer to [[satellite television]] broadcasts intended for home reception, also referred to more broadly as direct-to-home signals. The expression direct-to-home or DTH was, initially, meant to distinguish the transmissions directly intended for home viewers from cable television distribution services that sometimes carried on the same satellite.
 +== '''Also see''' ==
 +*'''[[Ku band]]'''
 +*'''[[Digital Terrestrial Television]]'''
 +*'''[[Sports channels]]'''
 +*'''[[Satellite relay]]'''
 +*'''[[Basic Interoperable Scrambling System]]'''
 +*'''[[Satellite truck]]'''
 +*'''[[Communications satellite]]'''
 +*'''[[Datacasting]]'''
 +*'''[[Basic Interoperable Scrambling System]]'''
 +*'''[[Satellite truck]]'''
== '''Reference''' == == '''Reference''' ==

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Direct broadcast satellite (DBS) is a term used to refer to satellite television broadcasts intended for home reception, also referred to more broadly as direct-to-home signals. The expression direct-to-home or DTH was, initially, meant to distinguish the transmissions directly intended for home viewers from cable television distribution services that sometimes carried on the same satellite.

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