China - Services on Air - History

24.11.2016

There is one regular regional and four regular local multiplexes on air, and more than 15 main transmitters in Beijing.

Beijing: 17 DAB+ radio services (13 of which are simulcast) and 1 Push Radio service, 2 data services (one simulcast and one exclusive to DAB+) by Beijing Jolon (commercial broadcaster) on Band III.

Beijing Communication Radio is broadcasting traffic information on DAB via TPEG.

Four multiplexes are broadcasting in VHF Band III (CN11A, 208.720 MHz; CN 11D, 213.856 MHz).

29.09.2014

There is one regular regional, one trial regional and four regular local multiplexes on air, and more than 15 main transmitters in Beijing.

Beijing: 17 radio services (13 of which are simulcast), 4 video services, and 1 Push Radio service, 2 data services by Beijing Jolon (commercial broadcaster) on Band III.

Beijing Communication Radio is broadcasting traffic information on DAB via TPEG.

Four multiplexes are broadcasting in VHF Band III (CN11A, 208.720 MHz; CN 11B, 210.432 MHz; CN11C, 212.144 MHz; CN 11D, 213.856 MHz).

29.01.2014

There are four regular regional multiplexes in Beijing, one local multiplex in Shanghai and one local multiplex in Hong Kong on air. Beijing: 20 radio services (16 of which are simulcast), four video services, and one Push Radio service, two other data services by Beijing Jolon (commercial broadcaster) on Band III. Beijing Communication Radio is broadcasting traffic information on DAB via TPEG.

Four multiplexes are broadcasting in VHF Band III (CN11A, 208.720 MHz; CN 11B, 210.432 MHz; CN11C,
212.144 MHz; CN 11D, 213.856 MHz), audio broadcasting 17 services, video broadcasting four services, slide/data broadcasting one service and Push Radio one service. There are more than 15 main transmitters in Beijing now.