DD National and 3 Radio Channels Testing in Delhi-NCR by DVB-T2 Technology
New Delhi / Pradeep Tomar: Prasar Bharati Indian Public broadcaster has already announced that they are going to start DVB-T2 technology by this year and I think they did his promise. By using this technology users will get a digital Television reception by Terrestrial mode. TV and FM channels can be watch and listen by using Mobile, tablet, Laptop, TV and computers.
In Delhi- NCR Prasar bharati testing this technology, Now 4 channels running in testing mode. Please check below frequency or TV and radio channel list:
DVB-T2 Broadcasting Frequency:
001 DD National
001 Air Gujrati
002 AIR FM Gold
I have tested this service in my room and getting good signals. It was about 85%, you can see in pictures. Solid4you Company already launched DVB-T2 set-top box and it is working fine, Picture quality is very good, nice recording. But main problem is that T2 Antenna is not included with set-top box. So without DVB-T2 antenna it is useless or not working. So please make sure that you have a T/T2 antenna before using this set-top box.
I have tested these channels by using DVB-T2 USB TV Stick which is very small item but costly than Solid Set-top Box.
For mobile, I have not tested yet but I am looking solution that how can be watching these channels by using mobile, tablet.
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