Dnipro and Dnipropetrovsk are preparing to switch off analogue television and switch to digital television
Dnipropetrovsk is preparing to switch off analogue television broadcasting and switch to digital T2 format. The figure will cover the whole of Ukraine since the beginning of September. Viewers will be able to watch at least 32 national and local television programs for free with high quality image and sound. What you need to do to keep your TV from becoming a useless device is further.
First of all, to prepare for the transition to a new format, those watching television with an antenna connected to the TV.
In order not to be left behind with your favorite TV shows or shows, you should check the presence of a receiver that catches a DVB-T2 digital signal. This unit can be either standalone or integrated into the TV.
If the TV is equipped with a tuner, you can find out from the instructions: the section "Specifications" must indicate support for the digital standard DVB-T / T2 MPEG-4.
When choosing a receiver in the store, you should pay attention to its certification, as well as the "interface" of devices to connect all the necessary connectors.
Only one TV can be connected to one console.
A special antenna is required to receive terrestrial digital signal, but it is advisable to use a powerful broadband.
The analog signal differs from the digital picture quality. In particular, with analog reception, the image may double or "snow". With a digital signal, the picture is clear, but if obstacles appear, images either disappear, or "cubes" appear on the screen.
In addition, the "digit" allows you to transmit much more information and gives you the opportunity to use multimedia TV services.
The number of TV channels will change as well. Now there are 16 TV channels operating at the national level in the analogue range, and there will be more than twice in digital ones, and even three times.
Disabling the "analog" will not affect those who use cable or satellite television.
Today, in the analogue range, TV channels are no longer operating in Kiev and Kirovograd region. These are experimental territories. Changes will apply to the whole of Ukraine from September.
Due to the information threat from Russia, the “analog” will be preserved in Donetsk and Luhansk regions, as well as in the south of the Kherson region.
EU countries (except Romania), the USA, Canada, Mexico, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Morocco, Israel and Saudi Arabia have already transmitted digital broadcasting.