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What is the ground based digital network?
Digital broadcasting The ground based digital network offers more channels, new services and quality picture and sound . The digital ground-based network consists of approximately 430 masts on mountain tops and ridges.
Why digital TV?
Efficient digital technology By using digital technology we make to best use of the frequencies. Picture and sound are high quality . With digital broadcasts, the channels are divided into small packets of information consisting of ones (1) and zeros (0).
When did the transition take place?
The entire country has acess to the digital ground-based network. In 2007-08 the digital ground-based net opened. In 2008-09 the analogue net shut down region by region. By 1. desember 2009 the shut down process of old analogue network will be completed.
Which areas are covered by the digital terrestrial televisjon?
On our coverage map, you can search by street address, postal code, city or place name and find out if your household or leisure home is covered by the basic network.
How to receive signals
All households must have a set-top box (digital decoder) in order to receive digital TV signals. You do not, however, need to replace or do anything to your TV set.
The transition from analogue to digital broadcasting in Norway
Digital terrestrial television in Norway was launched in september 2007. By december 2009 the transition was completed.
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