Turkey DBV-T2 & analog TV

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TR DVB-T2 HD mux ch50 and analog channel 22- a HABER received in Varna/Bulgaria yesterday:

 

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Unless it is an emergency back up, or part of a MATV system, who would be transmitting analogue these days ?

The last African broadcast was turned off two months ago.
 

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Turkey is still very analogue! DTT hasn’t really ever got going there properly.

Moldova only finally turned off their remaining Band I VHF analogue transmitters a few days ago.
 

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Turkey is still very analogue! DTT hasn’t really ever got going there properly.

Moldova only finally turned off their remaining Band I VHF analogue transmitters a few days ago.
The opening post suggests Channel 22, so BandV.

Surely it's regional as opposed to national though, small communities in mountainous areas for example.

Varna to the Turkish border is about 60 miles, around 100 to Istanbul across water.
 

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The opening post suggests Channel 22, so BandV.

Surely it's regional as opposed to national though, small communities in mountainous areas for example.

Varna to the Turkish border is about 60 miles, around 100 to Istanbul across water.

For Turkey I’m pretty sure it’s still more widespread than you’d think. Here’s a video recorded in Albena, Bulgaria last summer of tropo reception from Turkey. There’s an analogue signal on most of the UHF channels below the 5G cutoff -

 

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Apologies, its Band IV.
 

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There's still a fair few countries, mostly in the developing world, that still have at least some TV broadcasts in analogue.

Off the top of my head, many parts of Central & Latin America inc. a few Caribbean islands, some parts of sub-Saharan Africa (there's still an analogue TV transmitter in Algeria broadcasting RASD at a refugee camp), Indonesia is in the process of closing its analogue transmissions and should be finished by the end of the year as well as some Asian countries - getting concrete information is not easy. Also, in the Atlantic Ascension Island & Tristan Da Cunha still have BBC & ITV relayed via analogue with the source coming via BFBS - OTOH St. Helena has no analogue TV broadcasts but does have a subscription DVB-T service provided by Sure communications.

In Europe, Bosnia Herzegovina & Kosovo might still have some analogue TV transmissions going, but I'm not certain of that. Also I think there are some analogue TV broadcasts still going on in Russia, mainly local broadcasters that were not part of the original DSO plan at the end of the last decade.
 

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Some turkish analog channels received in Varna 26-28.04.2022:



P.S. And from 04.05.2022

 
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The opening post suggests Channel 22, so BandV.

Surely it's regional as opposed to national though, small communities in mountainous areas for example.

Varna to the Turkish border is about 60 miles, around 100 to Istanbul across water.

My location in Varna to Istanbul is about 162 miles(260 km). TV receptions are Tropo DX.
 

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Yesterday DVB-T2 and some VHF analog channels(6,7,8,10):


 

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For Turkey I’m pretty sure it’s still more widespread than you’d think. Here’s a video recorded in Albena, Bulgaria last summer of tropo reception from Turkey. There’s an analogue signal on most of the UHF channels below the 5G cutoff -

the signal still analog from trt ?
 

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My location in Varna to Istanbul is about 162 miles(260 km). TV receptions are Tropo DX.
my questen if you can get signal this print 2024 from greece ?
 
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