DVB-T2: goodbye Mediaset and Rai on TV if you don’t change immediately

DVB-T2 will soon arrive in Europ too, here’s how users must prepare to take advantage of the new standard.

11:35 GMT, Thursday, December 3, 2020

The transition from 2020 to 2021 will not be a mere passing of time but something far broader, in reality this time it will represent various turning points, especially from a technological point of view, in fact we will see the emergence on the horizon of emerging innovations, among which the names stand out. 5G, in particular, and DVB-T2.

In particular, from the point of view of television broadcasting, DVB-T2 will carry with it a minor change, as it will eliminate the difference with the other European nations who have already adopted it for years and that reap all the benefits associated with it.

In reality, this modern digital terrestrial technology carries several advances with it in particular we are talking about a major output boost, both from the point of view of the picture quality capable of broadcasting, which exceeds 8K 60Fps, and about what it concerns transmission, which would no longer suffer from interference such as the existing standard.

How to Make Plans

Clearly the new technology would also enable the user to be properly used, going into depth, consumers will be able to follow two separate routes based on whether or not their TV actually supports DVB-T2, to verify it you will first have to go to channel 100 or 200 on the channel list, whether you see the “HEVCMainTest10” alert, then your TV is ready and you will not have it.

If you see an entirely black screen, on the other side, you can follow two separate paths:

1) The first is to upgrade the television immediately to one that has the current quality.

2) The second, much less costly, is to purchase an external decoder to be attached to the TV to allow it to receive images from the DVB-T2 standard.