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noun

a television broadcasting technology in which signals are transmitted as a sequence of binary numbers.
a television set that can receive these digital signals.

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Also called digital TV .
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digital television

noun

television in which the picture information is transmitted in digital form and decoded at the television receiver
a television set that can decode digital picture information and convert it into visible images
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