Myanmar

Last update: 08-01-2018 - older versions

Myanmar National Broadcaster, MRTV continue the DAB+ pilot project they started in August 2016.

Myanmar Radio and TV, (MRTV) launched a public tender for a DAB+ trial in 2016, which was won by the Hong Kong based system integrator BTL. Paneda provided DAB head-end equipment and support. The trial started with one transmitter in the largest city Yangon. After the trial is complete the project will be evaluated it’s planned to be expanded with more services and additional transmitters in the main cities. 
 
The complete system with encoder, multiplexer, management system as well as data content is delivered as an allin-one system using the Paneda 1U hardware system.

 

Myanmar to start DAB trial
30.11.2016 - Myanmar - Myanmar
Myanma Radio and TV (MRTV), after launching a public tender, will now start a DAB trial. The trial system will be built-out by the Hong Kong-based system integrator BTL. Paneda will provide DAB Head-End Equipment and support. The trial will start with one transmitter in the largest city Yangon, and after the trial the project will be evaluated. Further plans include an expansion to more cities.
From Radio Magazine:

Myanmar starts DAB trial
30.11.2016 - Myanmar - Myanmar
Myanmar Radio and TV (MRTV) will start a DAB trial after having launched a public tender, which has been won by the Hong Kong based system integrator BTL. DAB equipment developer and manufacturer Paneda will provide DAB Head-End Equipment and support. The trial will start with one transmitter in Yangon - the country’s largest city.
From Asia Radio Today:

Myanmar starts DAB trial
WorldDAB Members News - 28.11.2016 - Paneda - Myanmar - Myanmar
Myanmar Radio and TV (MRTV) will start a DAB trial, following a public tender which was won by Hong Kong based system integrator BTL. Paneda will provide DAB Head-End Equipment and support.

Digital radio in Asia-Pacific
WorldDAB Members News - 31.05.2015 - Commercial Radio Australia - Australia - Australia - Myanmar - Myanmar - Thailand - Thailand
During the RadioAsia 2015 conference in Myanmar, Commercial Radio Australia CEO Joan Warner shared the story of digital radio in Australia, and how radio companies cannot solely rely on telecommunication companies to provide reliable streaming services.
From Asia Radio Today:

New speakers announced at RadioAsia 2015
09.04.2015 - Myanmar - Myanmar
The conference will also feature many sessions covering various topics including Creative Power of Radio, Transforming Radio into Multimedia Player: Content, Implementation of Digital Radio in the Asia-Pacific: Success Stories and On-going Breakthroughs, Case Studies: Leading the Way in Competitive Markets, Accessing the Two-generations on Social Media: How Does Radio Do It, News’s Future is in its Authenticity, Kids’ Radio: Serving the Children and Panel Discussion: Radio for the Next Generation.
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