Tukarlah ke Siaran Digital - Wilayah Tengah & Selatan Semenanjung Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Communications and Multimedia Ministry is confident that analogue television broadcast will be switched off by the third quarter of this year for a complete transition to digital broadcast.

Its Minister Gobind Singh Deo said the migration process from analogue to digital would start this month.

Gobind: Full shutdown of analogue TV broadcast by third quarter of 2019

https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2019/04/02/gobind-full-shutdown-of-analogue-tv-broadcast-by-third-quarter-of-2019

Govt to switch to digital TV by September
https://themalaysianreserve.com/2019/05/27/govt-to-switch-to-digital-tv-by-september/

NATIONWIDE TRANSITION FROM ANALOGUE TO DIGITAL TV TO BE COMPLETED BY END OF SEPTEMBER
https://www.digitalnewsasia.com/digital-economy/nationwide-transition-analogue-digital-tv-be-completed-end-september

Do you know?

The Government is in the process of migrating the existing analogue transmission system to digital broadcast. To enjoy digital broadcast, you will need a DVB-T2 decoder or a digital TV (IDTV) with a built in digital tuner.

Evolusi Penyiaran TV Negara - Analog ke Digital

The DTT Project (Digital Terrestrial Television)

The DTT Project delivers more free TV channels in high quality sound and visuals, access to Electronic Program Guide (EPG), various subtitles and a HD quality viewing experience for your TV with digital broadcast. In the future, viewers also can access multiple interactive services such as shopping, video-on-demand, subscription and internet services.

The DTT (Digital Terrestrial Television) Project is spearheaded by the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia Malaysia (KKMM) and supervised by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC). It is a government initiative to provide the public with the best TV and radio broadcasting services. This upgrade will provide the nation with sharper transmissions at zero monthly fees.

Why do we need to make the switch to digital broadcast?

The government is in the process of migrating the country's broadcasting system from analogue to full digital broadcast. To enjoy digital broadcast, you will need to connect your current TV and the UHF aerial to a DVB-T2 decoder. Alternatively, you can buy a new IDTV (Integrated Digital Television) that comes with a built-in digital tuner.

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How to access Digital Broadcast

Standard TV Set
An old TV set can still be used as long as it has an AV/HDMI input that can be connected to the DVB-T2 decoder via an AV/HDMI cable.

IDTV
A new TV set with the DTTV label approved by SIRIM. It comes with a built-in digital tuner and doesn't require a DVB-T2 decoder to receive myFreeview services. It is also known as an IDTV (Integrated Digital Television). IDTV is available for sale in the market.

DVB-T2 Decoder
It is a digital broadcast receiver and it's required to receive myFreeview signals. The DVB-T2 decoder is available in electronics stores nationwide. The DVB-T2 decoder is available in electronics stores nationwide.

UHF Aerial
The UHF aerial needs to be installed and connected to the decoder's or IDTV's aerial terminal. There are two types of aerials that can receive digital broadcast:

a. Indoor Aerial
The indoor aerial can receive signals within a 25km radius from a nearby broadcasting station. However, some areas within that range may not receive a signal if there are physical obstructions such as tall buildings or hills.

b. Outdoor Aerial
Outdoor aerials are the best choice as they can fully receive broadcast signals when they are facing the broadcasting station. ‘Booster’ devices are not necessary for the aerial as they not only do nothing to help, but rather, they disrupt the reception of myFreeview services.

How to access Digital Broadcast

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To those still using older analogue signal TV may no longer be able to receive free public channels like TV1 , TV2 , TV3 etc. You can

1) buy a Set-top box that is attached between their existing TV and antenna, or

2) buy a new TV with DTTV feature (built-in signal decoder/ DVB-T2 decoder) with TBM

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