FAQ EN What is digital terrestrial television?

Digital terrestrial television is a method of broadcasting television programs to individual recipients – viewers – using terrestrial broadcasting infrastructure. The introduction of digital television results from the need to enhance the efficiency of frequency use and to launch new services, which are not implementable in an analogue technology. To avoid market fragmentation, it was decided that DVB-T digital terrestrial television and its newer version of DVB-T2 will be implemented in Europe.

DVB-T / DVB-T2 digital terrestrial television introduced across Europe, successively replaced analogue TV, offering, apart from increasing the number of programs, better image and sound quality, as well as adding many soundtracks to the program, surround sound, program guide (EPG). It is also possible to add interactive services and paid services.