If you are familiar with the history of television technology, you will recall the early stages of evolution. The first televisions were bulky and large and used CRT tubes to display the programs, with tubes being a complex process of plastic emission in low light environments. Digital television systems, which were technically superior in both performance and image, were introduced at the same time. Both devices improved upon each other and from there the technological advancements we know today began.
Over the years there have been many advances in the field of television. From the very first VCR, which transmitted live television broadcasts over radio frequencies to multiple receivers in homes, to the very popular satellite dish system that is used by millions of Americans today. In between all of these advancements, there have also been advancements in the hardware itself, such as the development of integrated circuits to help simplify the circuitry involved in receiving and sending signals.
There are many theories as to why the progression of technology might be happening at such a rapid pace. Some people suggest that it is because technology moves so quickly because the obsolescence rates are so high, and because companies are always developing new products. However, another school of thought is that TV technology has simply advanced so far that it is much more complicated to learn how to use it than it was when the first televisions were invented. Know more about it at IRWINS MEGASTORE.