Japanese transmitter supplier NEC has announced that it has installed new DVB-T2 digital-terrestrial transmitters for UK-based transmission services company Arqiva.
Arqiva and public broadcaster the BBC began transmitting DVB-T2-based HD services on the Freeview platform last week. However, a lack of availability of DVB-T2 receivers mean that few people will see the service until the New Year.
The DVB-T2 technology is expected to deliver an increase in capacity of 67% to the BBCs Multiplex B. The BBC and Arqiva will be the first organisations in the world to deploy the DVB-T2 technology into full operational service across an entire transmission network.
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