NorDig releases DVB-T2 specification
NorDig has published a specification for the minimum requirements for receivers able to receive NorDig compliant signals based on the DVB-T2 specification.
At present the terrestrial broadcast networks in the Nordic region, which includes, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, are all served by DVB-T based broadcasts.
NorDig said that in some of the Nordic countries, introduction of HDTV and MPEG-4 H.264, AVC might be combined with the introduction of transmissions based on DVB-T2.
A migration from DVB-T to DVB-T2 is being planned in countries such as the UK and in other countries just starting DTT networks.
Analogue broadcasts have already been shut off in most of the region (all of Finland and Sweden, as well as most of Norway).
Item added: 20th July 2009
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