Please check the below: Check that the power lead is plugged in at the mains and switched on. Check that it is connected to the back of the receiver. Ensure that the power switch is on at the back of the receiver. Check the fuse if applicable.
Frequently used Abbreviation in digital television
A ANSI (American National Standard Institute) AQL (Acceptable Quality Level) C CA (Conditional Access) CAM (Conditional Access Module) CAS (Conditional Access System) CI (Common Interface) D Decoder: A digital set-top box will normally contain three separate decoders for converting the digital bit-stream back into a format that can be heard and viewed by the subscriber. DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) DiSEqC (Digital Satellite Equipment Control): A standard through which it is possible to let a DiSEqC compatible receiver send a signal over the RF cable to a switching device to switch between different LNBs or dishes. The DiSEqC uses the 22 kHz signal to control the switching device. DVB (Digital Video Broadcasting) E Encoder: Encoders are devices used to digitize, compress, and scramble a range of audio, video, and data channels. Digital encoders allow TV operators to broadcast several high quality video programs over the same bandwidth that was formerly used t