DVB-T2 (Digital Video Broadcasting - Terrestrial) is a system of transmitting television signals via digital techniques. The system is more resistant to signal interference and facilitates the reception of television signals at a considerable higher quality in comparison to the previous DVB-T digital terrestrial television signal. The DVB-T2 system allows for new additional services and functionalities such as searchable EPG, multi-channel audio, interactivity, coding, PayTV, and the further development of high resolution television.
The Republic of Croatia is divided into nine digital regions (Eng. allotments). Inside each allotment, transmission of the DVB-T2 signal is done using the SFN operating method.
Transition to the DVB-T2/HEVC television signal
We successfully implemented the national transition to the standard of digital terrestrial television with the most modern HEVC (H.265) system for video compression which was finalized in November 2020.
Read more about the national transition to the DVB-T2/HEVC signal here