Over three-quarters of Polish homes can now receive DVB-T2 services.
Poland has completed the first of its four-stage transition to the DVB-T2 standard.
Poland’s Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) has asked the owners of the largest electronics stores and online sales platforms not to take advantage of the transition to DVB-T2 by raising the cost of equipment.
A new German alliance of market players wants to ensure that the UHF frequencies in the 470 to 694 MHz range remain available for terrestrial broadcasting and event technology in the long term.
Poland’s Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) has begun to inform the public about the transition to the DVB-T2/HEVC broadcasting standard.
The Polish public broadcaster TVP and Emitel have reached an agreement to expand DVB-T2/HEVC test transmissions.
German public broadcaster NDR is adding radio stations to its DTT offering.
The Polish broadcaster TVN has begun DVB-T2/HEVC tests in cooperation with the national transmission company Emitel.
The Ukrainian regulator National Council has established 44 local digital broadcasting channels in 17 of the country’s regions.
The transition from the current DVB-T system to DVB-T2/h.265 will take place in Croatia from October 27 to November 12.