Also opens this week with news of other changes for regional broadcasters for DTT, According to Roadmap for the transition towards the DVB-T2 standard This forces local publishers to free up some frequencies by switching from one MUX to another. Or, as we can record in this case, we reject the frequencies altogether. “Scrapped them“All transmission is closed. The regions affected by this frequency are four regions: Lombardy, Emilia-Romagna, Umbria and Abruzzo.
Northern and central Italy, while in recent weeks there have also been movements in the south, in particular In Sicily, H In Lazio. But further moves will be recorded in the coming weeks as the broadcasters’ transfer process will take a long time. We remind you that the first of September 2021 is the date chosen by the Ministry of Economic Development for the final move to it MPEG-4 audio and video compression, Which will nearly halve the frequencies needed to transmit the same channels, and thus, allow the frequencies to be edited permanently.pressureThe radio spectrum assigned to the digital terrestrial.
DVB, How are Channels Changing in Northern Italy
Moving from north to south, the first changes to be mentioned are in Lombardy, where Channels A9 and A8 The last days have passed since then Mix Telestar The MUX Studio 1 As a result, they are now completely gone from the first mentioned MUXs. The same maneuver does that too a sample.
On the other hand, in Emilia-Romagna, the third version of Italy 8 Prestige (With the denomination It’s 119 TV), And is now available in three LCNs. Also in Emilia-Romagna, but in LCN 644, the broadcaster arrived Azzurra TV Italy.
DVB, abolished frequencies in central Italy
While new broadcasters arrive in the north, others in the center disappear. The entire MUX disappears in Abruzzo, where MUX TVQTelevision disappeared in Umbria, where it closed its doors Tele Galileo.
Either way it is “Skimming“Of frequencies, that is, the voluntary release in exchange for economic compensation for the frequencies occupied by broadcasting organizations.
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