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Broadcast & Satellite

Serbia adds new DVB-T2 transmitters

Wednesday 9 October 2013 | 14:07 CET | News
Serbian public enterprise Emisiona Tehnika i Veze has over the past two months been upgrading the initial network for digital terrestrial television, with the addition of new transmitters. Work on the project is expected to last until 15 November, and the work will involve over 20 transmitters and repeaters. The new DVB-T2 equipment will be located at the most important transmission sites - Bajina Baata, Gucevo, Crni vrh (Pirot), Sv Ilija – Vranje, Rudnik, Prijepolje (Kosevine), Kopaonik (Gobelja) and Tupiznica. Once the upgrade work is completed, the DVB-T2 signal will be available to over 75 percent of the population of Serbia.

Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Countries: Serbia
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