Presentation on theme: "SEE Digi.TV Project: DSO Harmonisation in South East Europe Tanja Kerševan Smokvina Igor Funa Transition to DTT Broadcasting, Borderline Frequency Coordination."— Presentation transcript:
SEE Digi.TV Project: DSO Harmonisation in South East Europe Tanja Kerševan Smokvina Igor Funa Transition to DTT Broadcasting, Borderline Frequency Coordination and Digital Dividend Warsaw, 7-9 May 2012
Purpose of the project … harmonization of the activities in the SEE region related to the introduction of digital broadcasting services, in order to: speed-up the overall process of analogue switch-off in the region and further developments to more efficient technologies; maximize harmonization of legal and technical framework with the digitalization process in the EU; avoid policy, technology and market fragmentation; develop regional strategy for optimal use of freed frequency spectrum for new ICT broadband services and efficiently manage digital dividend 4
By... Transfer of knowledge Exchange of information and best practice Development of tools, guidelines, roadmaps, recommendations, plans, education programme and surveys Within … 4 core work packages From … April 2011 till April 2013 5
WP3: Legal Framework WP4: Technical Framework WP5: Economic Framework WP6: Public Awareness Framework Communication Activities: website, newsletter, leaflet, national seminars, international conferences Work packages 6
Current project results Analysis of existing legal framework in SEE Funding framework guidelines Assessment of the Technical framework Analysis of national A/D switchover strategies SEE Strategic Roadmap Receiver and conformance test specifications Tools for public awareness measurement Public Awareness Action Plan 7
Terrestrial platform in the SEE region Terrestrial television platform remains one of the most important television delivery platforms in South East Europe Limited spectrum: Broadcasting / Mobile Services More efficient use of spectrum DVB-T2 - Long Term Evolution in broadcasting?
Digital Dividend in the region Will be used for mobile services Digital switchover to release the 800 MHz band Because of differences in DSO date additional cross-border coordination is needed Some agreements for the 800 MHz band already signed
Completed: Austria, Croatia, Italy, Slovenia Not completed yet: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Serbia, Montenegro, FYR Macedonia 11 Digital Switchover Status
Harmonized approach – Digital switchover differences – Cross-border coordination – Agreements Licensing approach – Refarming – Auction – Beauty contest 12 Challenges addressed by the project
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