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Philippine Consulate in Accra, Ghana
(+233) 302 516 441
(+233) 302 516 442
Website Office Hours Head of Mission
Mr Alex T. Quarmyne, Consul
There is no Zip Codes in Accra, Ghana, West Africa.
Because there is no home delivery of letters or parcels; most people have post office boxes. An address would be something like this:
P.O. Box 4573 AN Means post office box number
Accra-North Means actual post office location
Accra, Ghana City and Country
Hope that helps.
Your flat panel TV is probably factory set to receive ATSC signals (Hi-def DIGITAL TV), whereas
Ghana may not have converted from analog TV (NTSC) yet.
Digital TV's cannot receive analog signals. I'm just guessing about whether or not Ghana supports
Hi-Def broadcasts - you'll have to check with (any) TV channel in Ghana. The Analog-to-digital
conversion is an expensive one at the broadcast end, and may not have happened yet in Ghana.
The US conversion took place by FCC mandate June 12, 2009.
There are available $65 (USD) digital-to-analog converters, but what you may need is an
analog-to-digital converter, which doesn't exist. Your Flat-panel TV amy have to wait until Ghana
begins broadcasting a Hi-Def TV channel.
For a HD antenna, a regular old rabbit ear-type antenna will do.