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Why Ukraine changes analog TV for digital


In Kiev and the Kirovohrad region since August 1 will suspend analog broadcasting of TV channels. Ukraine has begun to refuse analog television and to pass to digital. On August 1 Kiev and the Kirovohrad region have passed to digital broadcasting. All Ukraine will refuse an analog on August 31. The digital television will provide the best sound and the image and also will clean frequencies for other directions, for example 4G. Also the refusal of analog broadcasting is the obligation of Ukraine to the western partners. Корреспондент.net tells details. Ukraine changes an analog for figure Kiev and the Kirovohrad region became the first who into Ukrain has passed to digital television. Since August 1 there is no analog broadcasting any more. National TV channels 1 1, Inter, Ukraine, the STRAIGHT LINE, ICTV, NTN, M1, THETAS, the 5th channel, STB, New, K1 already on figure. In the capital also passes Kiev TV channel, and in Kropivnitsky - TTV and MEGA. Users without special tuners more them won't see. Broadcasting will be conducted only in the digital T2 format. It is necessary to choose other type of broadcasting: cable, Internet, digital or satellite. The main thing that consumers need to make, to buy the receiver which catches a television signal in the DVB-T2 format (the digital standard of broadcasting). It can be the external Set-top box, or the built-in receiver which is included in the factory package of the majority of modern TVs. The cost of such receiver - from 400 to 600 hryvnias. The TV can be bought from 2,8 thousand hryvnias. It is worth being prepared for transition to a new format, first of all, to those who still watch television by means of the antenna directly connected to the TV. The same who watch cable or satellite television won't notice changes. Kiev has passed to digital broadcasting Kiev residents in an analog can watch such TV channels: 2 2, Truth here Kiev, Truth here Kyiv, Plusplus, Channel Kiev TV channel. In case of lack of problems with shutdown of analog television since September 1 all Ukraine will pass to digital broadcasting. However the analog will remain in territories with a specific mode of broadcasting. These are the areas bordering on the Crimea, districts of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions. According to a research of Industrial television committee, for 17-18 percent of residents of Ukraine the main way of reception - analog. Broadcastings plan to finish transition to the digital standard till May of the next year. Why to pass to T2 B 2006 in Geneva there has taken place the conference following the results of which the countries of the world, including Ukraine, have signed the declaration on transition from analog to digital broadcasting. Ukraine had to отказатья from analog broadcasting till June 17, 2015, but for the political and technological reasons it wasn't possible. Have passed all EU countries to figure, except Romania, America, Canada, Mexico, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Morocco, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, Mongolia, Rwanda, Western Sahara, Azerbaijan, Georgia and the Baltic States. 4G in Ukraine. So far the world introduces the fifth generation Transition to c

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