On Sat, 8 May 2010, Paul Murray wrote:
>http://www.rtenl.ie/dtt.htm#howget>> would seem to suggest that there is a difference between Irish DTT and
> the UK Freeview, and that not all UK freeview receivers will be able
> to receive the irish signal.
Exactly what standard DVB is the Irish stuff using? How is it
different from DVB-T and DVB-T2 (aka FreeView HD). If the primary
diff from DVB-T is the use of MPEG-4, then would the UK "FreeView HD"
DVB-T2 stuff work?
Speaking of which, I see "FreeView HD" channels started to be
broadcast in my area recently. I should see what's needed to get
access to that. (In theory I think it should just be a matter of a
software update if using a USB stick...).
Paul Jakma paul at jakma.org Key ID: 64A2FF6A
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