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Czechia continues switch to DVB-T2 standard

Wednesday 15 January 2020 | 16:15 CET | News

Czech operator Ceske Radiokomunikace (CRA) has switched off TV signals under the DVB-T standard, on its sender based in the settlement of Cukrak in Central Czechia. The sender will continue transmitting DVB-T2 signals. 

The last DVB-T sender is scheduled to get switched off in the country by the end of June. This will enable the release of 700 MHz bands for 5G services. 

About 60 percent of households access terrestrial TV services in the country. The Terrestrial TV platform is the only free TV platform; it covers more than 99 percent of households.




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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: Radiokomunikace
Countries: Czech Republic
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