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Viet Nam completed the first stage of the Scheme of Digitization Transmission and Broadcasting of Terrestrial TV


As of 15/8/2016 24:00, Analog Terrestrial TV channels in 4 cities directly under the Central Government including Ha Noi, Ho Chi Minh city, Can Tho and Hai Phong had absolutely ceased broadcasting, switched over to the Digital Terrestrial TV Technology–DVB-T2. Thus, along with Da Nang city that completely turned off the analog TV since 01/11/2015, so far Viet Nam has completed the first stage of the Scheme of Digitization Transmission and Broadcasting of Terrestrial TV.

Officially switching-off analogue television transmissions in eight provinces: Market of DVB-T2 receiver was gradually warming


Only few hours after switching-off analogue TV transmissions in eight provinces, the market of DVB-T2 receiver was warmer than the previous day. As the prediction, from 31/12/2016, the DVB-T2 receiver market would start warming, the hottest markets would be Ha Nam and Vinh Phuc.

Two crimes regarding the use of frequencies may be sentenced up to 5 years


The Criminal Law (Amendment) has been adopted on 27/11/2015 at the 10th session by The XIII National Assembly. This Law will take effect from 1 July 2016. In the new crimes are added to this Law, there are 02 crimes on radio frequency fields, that is: The crime of illegal use of the radio frequencies reserved for emergency purposes, safety, search, rescue, defense, security, and the crime of intentionally causing harmful interference.

Tan Son Nhat International Airport's customs requested Dect 6.0 cordless phones to re-export


On 26/01/2016, the border-gate Customs Branch of Tan Son Nhat international Airport (Ho Chi Minh City) requested 02 passengers to follow procedures to re-export 07 Dect-6.0 cordless phones. This type of phone is not allowed to use in Viet Nam because the operating frequency bands are in derogation of Vietnamese frequency planning. Using the phones will cause harmful interference to 3G mobile networks in Viet Nam.

Press Release: Radio spectrum allocated for global flight tracking


ITU World Radiocommunication Conference enables Earth-to-space reception of ADS-B transmissions

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