Argentine DVB-T2 will be migrated to DVB-T 2
(Nextvlatam news) Argentina’s wireless Pay TV operator Antina is going to migrate to the DVB-T2 standard at the beginning of next year. This change will allow the company to offer a better quality and broaden their service offer. Antina has already begun working to add HD services and is considering STB suppliers. DVR incorporation is not discarded.
This new standard will provide a more efficient use of the spectrum, which would transform it into a more stable service to allow the incorporation of HD. DVB-T 2 is the extension of DVB-T and it was first tested in England, in 2008. The second version improves efficiency and allows more capacity, up to 97% extra.
VCAN think it need much money to invest DVB-T2, which is popular in Europe and Asia market. It will be easy if Antina will get the government support, but Argentine has confirmed to use ISDB-T digital TV system. VCAN will follow the latest news for you.