Are there any dvb-t2 STB with the capability of broadcast TV on LAN?

Hello! Want to enjoy the fruits of civilization and buy a DVB-T2 a prefix, but unusual. I want her to be able to stream TV on a local network, for viewing for example on a tablet in the kitchen TV via wifi or somewhere else within the router.

I don't like that the console connects to the monitor or TV (or TV with integrated DVB-T) and you can see only there where is it all worth it.

You can of course wire for the antenna to scatter tons of consoles, but it seems like the tendency of wires and have to do Ala the 90s and again, no freedom.

And so with a tablet go and look in any room.

Please tell me how can I solve this problem and to create a home IPTV at least one client. The ideal course for 2, but you can also take 2 consoles,
April 7th 20 at 10:50
3 answers
April 7th 20 at 10:52
To be honest, such things I neither rouse not seen.
Wouldn't it be easier just to watch TV in the Internet? the benefit cost of the standards of services 1-2$ a month
April 7th 20 at 10:54
The output prefix is an analog signal. Moreover, there is no HD. One transmitter - one channel. Easier through the Internet, for example Either make your server - what's the point?
Digital TV analog signal? Why do they do it? - kaela.Hills40 commented on April 7th 20 at 10:57
April 7th 20 at 10:56
Yes such devices exist - is called a streaming server. It takes several channels and streaming them to the network.
if there is something you can do on the basis of its IPTV 1...15 devices(depends on the number of simultaneous broadcast channels in the network):
But for home use and cheaper anything? - kaela.Hills40 commented on April 7th 20 at 10:59
It all depends on how many channels you need to broadcast over the network 200, 20 or 1
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