DISH calls them UHF remotes. Everyone else calls them RF remotes. But the truth is, they are the same thing. UHF is a part of the entire RF spectrum, and in fact all RF remotes use the UHF band to communicate. So do Bluetooth devices and cell phones. It’s a pretty crowded place considering that there are a bunch of TV channels there too.
DISH uses UHF technology to allow one receiver to control two TVs in different rooms. Because the signal travels so well through walls and doesn’t require pointing, the average user doesn’t know the difference!
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