MNBC migrates to DVB-T2 with Thomson Video Networks

Pascale Paoli-Lebailly | 06-12-2013

Video Mongolia Digital Broadcasting (MNBC) has launched Mongolia's first ever DVB-T2 service, using head-end systems from Thomson Video Networks.

Launched in 2007, MNBC was Mongolia's first digital terrestrial TV network operator and will now be able to broadcast up to 120 digital TV channels over five UHF transponders to maintain its position and compete with Mongolia's national satellite operator.

Working with systems integrator Digital Horizon, MNBC has deployed TVN's Vibe EM1000 multi-channel SD encoders and NetProcessor 9030 multiplexer and video processor with embedded DVB-T2 gateway.