Mongolia DVB-T2 has launched by MNBC
Mongolia Digital Broadcasting (MNBC) has launched DVB-T2 service, using headend systems from video compression software company Thomson Video Networks.
Working with systems integrator Digital Horizon, MNBC has deployed Thomson Video Networks’ ViBE EM1000 multi-channel SD encoders and NetProcessor 9030 multiplexer and video processor with embedded DVB-T2 gateway. Installed at the broadcaster’s headend facility in Ulaanbaatar, the Thomson Video Networks systems have enabled MNBC to migrate to a DVB-T2/MPEG-4 operation in order to accommodate more channels. By migrating to DVB-T2/MPEG-4, MNBC will now be able to broadcast up to 120 digital TV channels over five UHF transponders.