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A '''SetTopBox''' (short '''STB''') is an add-on box to your TV that which makes it possible to receive [[Digital Television]]. Usually this SetTopBox implements many nice features like an [[Electronic Program Guide]] (EPG), [[Recording]] and/or [[Streaming]] facilities, [[Time Shifting]] etc.
 
A '''SetTopBox''' (short '''STB''') is an add-on box to your TV that which makes it possible to receive [[Digital Television]]. Usually this SetTopBox implements many nice features like an [[Electronic Program Guide]] (EPG), [[Recording]] and/or [[Streaming]] facilities, [[Time Shifting]] etc.
  
For PCs several free software projects implement a full-featured STB, some examples are [[VDR]], [[MythTV]], [[KaxTV]].
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For PCs several free software projects implement a "[[Full-featured Card|full-featured]]" STB, some examples are [[VDR]], [[MythTV]], [[KaxTV]].
  
 
For embdedded devices like the [[dbox2]] or the [[Dreambox]] projects like [[Enigma]] and [[Neutrino]] provide a free software.
 
For embdedded devices like the [[dbox2]] or the [[Dreambox]] projects like [[Enigma]] and [[Neutrino]] provide a free software.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:57, 27 November 2007

A SetTopBox (short STB) is an add-on box to your TV that which makes it possible to receive Digital Television. Usually this SetTopBox implements many nice features like an Electronic Program Guide (EPG), Recording and/or Streaming facilities, Time Shifting etc.

For PCs several free software projects implement a "full-featured" STB, some examples are VDR, MythTV, KaxTV.

For embdedded devices like the dbox2 or the Dreambox projects like Enigma and Neutrino provide a free software.