Capture the Digital Dividend Opportunities

Since Digital Television (DTT ) has a higher efficiency, frequencies in particular in the UHF band will be freed up after the Analogue Switch-off (ASO). This implies that there are  opportunities to broadcast more TV services, or allocate these frequencies for something else. In Europe, several countries have already allocated the 800 MHz band for mobile services. Nevertheless, allocation of the available spectrum to mobile services will  not only reduce the available spectrum for Digital TV, but also result in interference from mobile base stations and LTE Terminals (UE) into DTT.  Furthermore, we expect interference from high Power DTT transmitters into the mobile services as well.  Therefore, it is crucial to carefully evaluate potential interference before we proceed with allocation and deployment of mobile services . This will make it possible to specify requirements for example regarding out of band radiation and ERP from mobile base stations and terminals, as well as on the broadcast transmitters. Consequently, we have a more efficient management and resolution from issues caused by digital dividend.

Are you seizing the digital dividend opportunities? Are you resolving potential issues of digital dividend in the most effective manner?

We Offer Answers to Questions that Matters

How do you ensure that the operations of radio communication systems are free from interference?

How do you re-plan the allotted spectrum for digital terrestrial TV networks optimally if  the 700 MHz band will be co-allocated between broadcasting and mobile broadband services?

How is the scarce resource of spectrum used most efficiently?

How can you conserve spectrum and ensure flexibility for future expansion and new technology developments?


How the digital dividend affects your competitiveness to reach your customers on the terrestrial platforms?

What are the ramifications, if it is decided that the 700 MHz band would be co-allocated between broadcasting and mobile broadband services?

How do you protect, and ensure maximum availability of spectrum, for your digital terrestrial radio and TV systems?

How do you operate your radio communication systems in the most efficient way?

How will the introduction of mobile telecommunication systems on the classic broadcasting frequencies affect the quality of your networks?


We conduct studies on impact and consequences of frequency sharing in same or adjacent frequency bands.  We offer valuable insights to frequency administrators, mobile operators and broadcasters on their networks.  We help help them define suitable sharing and possible licensing conditions for successful sharing which will minimize impact of potential interference.

  • Coverage Maps
  • Population Coverage
  • Interference Studies
  • SFN Optimization
  • Antenna Design
  • Measurements
  • Training Courses – PROGIRA academy

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Are you ready to capture the opportunities from digital dividend, and resolve its potential impact on your networks?

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