Of these radio tower in Goma radio and DVB-T2 signals are broadcast. There is antenna for a radio link to Rwanda.
(Photo: Jens Bröcher)
On November 8, among other things, Dresden, Kassel, Koblenz and Freiburg will be converted to the new radio transmission standard DVB-T2 HD. The classical DVB-T television is turned off.
In Dresden, Kassel, Koblenz and Freiburg classical DVB-T television is switched off in favor of DVB-T2 HD on 8 November. The transmitter sites Cuxhaven (city), Göttingen (Espol), Heringsdorf, High Meissner, Löbau, Pfaffenberg, Rhoen, Stralsund (Garz), Wolfsburg and Würzburg be converted to DVB-T2. Residents can inform stating their postal code, whether they are affected by the change in this form.
For the reception of DVB-T2 new receivers are necessary - classical DVB-T receiver can not handle the new standard. Private stations broadcast only in HD resolution and are subject to a charge, the annual fee is for a three-month free phase at 69 euros. In many other metropolitan areas DVB-T2 is launched in March.