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Broadcast & Satellite

Telekom Srbija, Fox Televizija test DVB-T2 in Serbia

Tuesday 8 December 2009 | 11:56 CET | News
Telekom Srbija and national broadcaster Fox Televizija have conducted the first public tests of the DVB-T2 broadcasting standard in the region during this year's Telefor conference in Belgrade. DVB-T2 is a new standard for digital broadcasting through a network of terrestrial transmitters with the use of MPEG-4 AVC (H.264) video compression that allows transmission of a large number of Standard and High Definition TV programming in one UHF / VHF radio channel. The system was realised through the two networks for the processing and transmission of TV signals provided by Telekom Srbija, which are fully digital and based on IP/MPLS architecture. At the Telfor event, the broadcasting of 13 digital TV channels in SD was demonstrated, as well as the mixed broadcasting of one HDTV channel and eight SDTV channels on UHF channel 21.

Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Telekom Srbija
Countries: Serbia
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