In a statement, it says it began on Friday, September 6 with HDTV broadcasting from the Sljeme transmitter on the new M2 multiplex.
It adds that simulcasting with DVB-T will continue until the latter is switched off in the middle of next year.
Thanks to DVB-T2, viewers will be offered a stronger signal that covers more of the population. Furthermore, a new multiple (M1) will bring together the main channels currently available in the country, namely HRT1, HRT2, RTL and Nova TV.
By mid-November 97% of Croatia’s population should be able to receive HD signals from the M2 multiplex.
Moreover, over 99% of the population will be reached by the M1 multiplex following the transition in mid-2020.