Digital Terrestrial Television, often abbreviated as digital terrestrial, is the television represented in digital form. From a technical point of view the television signal is enclosed in an electrical signal and as such can be represented in analog form or in digital form.
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Project and Activities
New DVB technology to serve satellite customers and to feed terrestrial transmittersToday, the satellite distribution of DVB-T2 multiplexes to terrestrial transmitters located throughout the territory requires dedicated transponders for the transport of the relevant T2-MI (Modulator...
Laboratory evaluation of the Demetra system for the distribution of time / frequency references via geostationary satellite
In October 2016, at the Laboratory of Rai CRIT, it was carried out a series of tests on the demonstrator for time synchronization and frequency alternative to GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite...
DVB-T2: single frequency network in Aosta Valley
The Research Center in co-operation with Rai Way has launched in Aosta Valley on UHF channel 53 a second DVB-T2 transmitter located in Salirod-Saint Vincent that, along with the transmitter...