This resulted in the submission of 715 new reports for the elimination of interference to the Italian authorities and their notification to the International Telecommunications Union (ITU).
According to HAKOM, over 7,000 such reports have been submitted in the last 11 years.
Although much of the interference has been removed in the Croatian digital regions D5, D7, D8 and D9 by the switch off of transmitters in Italy, it still affects Croatian TV signals.
Italy is expected to fully comply with international frequency plans because further disruptions on Croatian TV networks may prolong the introduction of new mobile networks in the 700MHz frequency band.
This, in turn, may slow down the development of broadband internet access in Croatia.