Can the 4G LTE signal cause interference to your TV reception?

//Can the 4G LTE signal cause interference to your TV reception?

Can the 4G LTE signal cause interference to your TV reception?

2018-07-18T02:25:52+00:00 July 18th, 2018|Antenna|

Some of you might be wondering why your TV reception started acting strange all of a sudden without you changing anything on your end.

Can it be because of the launch of the 4G LTE in your area? 

4GLTE is the fourth generation of mobile phone standard. Optus and Telstra launched it in 2015 in Australia but they are still expending their networks today. In Urban area, the 4G uses high frequencies very far from the TV band and is not likely to cause any interference. In rural area, however, they use frequencies around 700 MHz. This frequency was previously used by the Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) network to broadcast television and a lot of people still got Antennas tuned to pick up this frequency. If you are not very far from a mobile phone transmission tower it might be the cause to your poor TV reception.

There is 2 solutions to this problem.

Our team works closely with the best Australian antenna suppliers and we can replace your antenna with a new 4G ready antenna that will eliminate any interference you might have.

If you want to keep your old Antenna it’s also possible to install a 4G-LTE filter on it. It’s a low pass filter that would filter out all the high frequencies received by the mobile phone transmission tower.

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