Poland’s Office of Electronic Communications (UKE) has published the results of a study it undertook into DTT set-top boxes in the country.
Undertaken in the period October 1- November 15 this year, it examined a total of 45 models chosen at random and found that four failed to comply with minor administrative requirements.
A further six, though complying with European norms, failed to meet its own technical requirements.
The UKE says that the study does not mark the end of its checks on digital TV reception equipment, undertaken in the interest of consumers.
It will continue to carry out checks on DTT, DTH and cable set-top boxes in 2013.