The Czech national transmission company Ceske Radiokomunikace (CRa) has launched DVB-T2 transmissions in Eastern Bohemia and the Moravian-Silesian region.
Employing transmitters in Cerna hora and Lysa hora, it is now able to reach 83.1% of Czech households with DVB-T2.
By the end of this year, this is expected to rise to 95%, with the final figure being 99%.
At present, the DVB-T2 transition network offers viewers 14 TV channels, though the number is set to increase.
Terrestrial TV services are free to watch in the Czech Republic and viewed in around 60% of households.
The transition to the DVB-T2 standard will be completed in 2020.