Romania Gauges the Public’s Interest in DAB

ANCOM is launching a public consultation to gauge market interest in the allocation of spectrum for terrestrial digital broadcasting services
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BUCHAREST, Romania — Romania’s National Authority for Communications Administration and Regulation (ANCOM) announced on March 13 it is launching a public consultation to gauge market interest in the allocation of spectrum available in the VHF and UHF band for terrestrial digital broadcasting services, according to striripesurse.ro.

"The opinions expressed during this consultation will serve to substantiate ANCOM's decisions on the granting of rights of use for digital terrestrial broadcasting services," according to ANCOM’s press release.

Across Europe, the VHF (174-230 MHz) and UHF (470-694 MHz) bands were allocated to provide digital terrestrial television and radio services. ANCOM said that following international negotiations, Romania has obtained two T-DAB national multiplexes and a DVB-T national digital terrestrial multiplex.

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