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Trudi - you will be using 2 USB ports.
If your mobile phone dongle connection gives not less than 2000kbps, you should be OK but remember as you travel you access different transmitters and the signal can get lost and deteriorate.
I have not tested one, but guess that the dongle has software on it that it loads onto the computer that you use to access a website that has a list of television programmes that 'stream' to media player.
You will need a fairly fast processor to get an constant signal.
Rather than buy this dongle, do a Google search for 'free TV and radio' and you will find a number of hits for software that does the same thing. I reckon the dongle is not a 'magic receiver' but has software that it loads onto your computer.
For local digital television, try Zattoo4.
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
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