Car DVB-T2 TV box diversity 2 tuner 2 antenna MPEG2 H.264 STB

Car DVB-T2

Car DVB-T2 TV box diversity 2 tuner 2 antenna MPEG2 H.264 STB

Car DVB-T2
Car DVB-T2
Car DVB-T2
Car DVB-T2

Now VCAN has a new model DVB-T2Q, It is really two tuners, two antennae, support high-speed car DVB-t2 digital tuner for Thailand, Russia, and Colombia market. It can be used in the below countries:

  • Afghanistan DVB-T2: Four multiplexes, first Kabul test transmissions 1 June 2014.
  • Albania DVB-T2: One multiplex full launch in July 2011.
  • Argentina DVB-T2: Launch in February 2014 (Antina – UHF operating DVB-T in Buenos Aires area).
  • Austria DVB-T2: three multiplexes (D,E,F), full launch in April 2013, 22 transmissions sites.
  • Belgium DVB-T2: Expected to begin in March 2013.
  • Colombia DVB-T2: Adoption starts in 2012.
  • Denmark DVB-T2: one multiplex, with TV2 Danmark in HD will launch April 2012.
  • Estonia DVB-T2: one multiplex, soft launch in December 2012 (not all transmitters)
  • Finland DVB-T2: five multiplexes, soft launch in January 2011, full launch in February 2011
  • Iceland DVB-T2: Adoption to begin in 2013 and finish by end of 2014
  • Indonesia DVB-T2: Adoption to begin in 2012 and finish by end of 2018 or more (depends on 2018 situation later)
  • Israel DVB-T2: Expected to begin in 2014.
  • Kenya DVB-T2: Multichoice Africa using the GOTV brand launched in September 2011
  • Middle East DVB-T2: Ten multiplex full launch in 2013.
  • New Zealand DVB-T2: One mulitplex with a full launch in 2012 via the Igloo platfoorm – A joint venture between Sky Television and Television New Zealand
  • Romania DVB-T2: Now DVB-T, but full launch of DVB-T2 is expected in June 2015, with four multiplexes. Also Romania will stop analog broadcasting in 2015. This DVB-T2 shift is somehow forced, as Romania is being late in DVB-T adoption.
  • Russia DVB-T2: three multiplexes, soft launch in March 2012.
  • Serbia DVB-T2: three multiplexes, soft launch in March 2012, full launch in April 2013 is postponed till May 2015.
  • Sweden DVB-T2: two multiplexes, full launch in November 2010.
  • Thailand DVB-T2: Expected to begin in 2013.
  • Turkey DVB-T2: Experimental three multiplex. Full launch in 2013. Analog broadcasting will be abolished in 2015.
  • Ukraine DVB-T2: four DVB-T2 multiplexes × 167 transmission sites, 150 of which have been officially launched on 10 October 2011
  • United Kingdom DVB-T2: Three multiplexes, soft launch in December 2009, full launch in April 2010. An additional DVB-T2 multiplex was launched in Northern Ireland in October 2012, and an extra one launched across selected areas of the UK in December 2013.
  • Vietnam DVB-T2: three multiplexes, launched on 11 November 2011, by the Audio Visual Global JSC.

France DVB-T2 announced in May 2014 DVB-T2 tests in Paris for Ultra HDHEVC broadcast with objectives to replace by 2020 the current DVB-TMPEG4 national broadcast. The Southern African Development Community announced in November 2010 that DVB-T2 would be the preferred standard for the region. In Serbia, both SD and HD broadcasts will air in DVB-T2. The Media Development Authority of Singapore announced in June 2012 that the country’s free-to-air TV channels will go fully digital by the end of 2013 using DVB-T2. It has been trialed in Spain and Germany. Sri Lanka Austria is also expected to use it. Currently, Malaysia, which has yet to officially launch its DVB-T transmission, is running tests on DVB-T2. Whether the system will be adopted only for HD channels or will replace its existing trial DVB-T system, if adopted at all, remains unannounced. Broadcasters in the United States are starting experimental trials of DVB-T2 in the Baltimore, MD area on WNUV-TV in the early morning hours as of 15 February 2013. The tests are to determine viability as a broadcast standard for mobile devices and UltraHD.

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