A new round of frequencies for Digital terrestrial television In some Italian regions. About a week off Changes to the HSE PackageIndeed, it is now the turn of some local broadcasters in five northern regions: Lombardy, Emilia-Romagna, Valle d’Aosta, Piedmont and Veneto.
In some cases, the frequency change coincides with Transition to HD And to the H.264 codec, in one of them is a slight change of the broadcaster’s name, and finally, in the latter case, an entirely new station arrives. In light of the beginning Work will be suspended in September 2021, The date when the old MPEG-2 coding standard will be abandoned in favor of MPEG-4. The process will end on June 30, 2022, when all broadcasters change frequency and switch to the new broadcast standard. DVB-T2 decodes HEVC H.265 codec. The frequency changes that have been going on for months are nothing more than ready for the major change that will begin in the second half of this year.
Digital Earth: What is Changing in Lombardy
Viewers Lombardy They have to reset the set-top box or the TV because Broadcaster SCH687, in Mux Quenza 2, changed the codec and converted to H.264 (MPEG-4) in high definition. But not only: in Mux Quenza 1 and Quenza 2, the new Gea TV station reached the number 688.
The Digital Ground: What is changing in Emilia Romagna
My program viewersEmilia-Romagna The reset must be done because the local Lombard broadcaster Teleboario, Mux Telelibertà, has extended to the provinces of Parma (Channel No. 71) and Piacenza (No. 866). Also in this case, the broadcaster is sending in H.264.
The Digital Ground: What is changing in other regions
The last change, however, concerns my viewers LombardyAnd the Emilia-RomagnaAnd the VenetoAnd the Piedmont H Val d’Aosta It’s a slight change to the broadcaster LA242, which remains at 242 but is now called LA242 China TV. It is, in fact, a TV with programs in Chinese, dedicated to the Chinese community residing in Italy.
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