Serbia launches public consultation on DTT

Monday 25 March 2013 | 15:55 CET | News
Serbia's Agency for Electronic Communications (Ratel) has launched a public consultation on the draft regulation on allocating frequencies for terrestrial analogue FM and TV broadcasting stations in Serbia. This includes the allocation plan for frequencies for the initial network for testing digital TV broadcasting. It includes the UHF channels that were formerly used by national broadcaster TV Avala and outlines plans for high-quality coverage of the planned areas. The public consultation process will last until 05 April.

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Ratel
Countries: Serbia
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