FAQ EN What is multiplex?

A multiplex is a package of channels broadcast digitally with additional services via one frequency channel. This means that in the band formerly occupied by one analogue TV channel, it is possible to put many digitally broadcast programs. Colloquially, the multiplex is also called a set of frequency channels used to broadcast the same programs in a given area, e.g.  throughout the country. MUX is an abbreviation derived from the English definition of multiplex.