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Mark Hadman

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RF in Croatia?
« on: September 11, 2016, 09:21:33 pm »

Has anybody dealt with RF in Croatia? I'm going to Split and Zagreb soon, and wondering what I'll be up against. I can't find any information on licensing, Wireless Workbench is bereft of DTV info, and there are no scans in Pete Erskine's excellent repository (Yes, I will contribute now I know it's there!)

Thanks,
mH
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Re: RF in Croatia?
« Reply #1 on: September 12, 2016, 03:49:03 am »

Has anybody dealt with RF in Croatia? I'm going to Split and Zagreb soon, and wondering what I'll up against. I can't find any information on licensing, Wireless Workbench is bereft of DTV info, and there are no scans in Pete Erskine's excellent repository (Yes, I will contribute now I know it's there!)

Thanks,
mH

Had a colleague last year doing a show in Pula, not having troubles. He went with 16 channels of Shure UHFR-J5E.

This two pages might help you out. That, and Google translate:

http://www.degraf.hr/dvbt-kanali-dvb-t-frekvencije-zagreb.htm

This second one has a map with all the DTV transmitters in Croatia.

http://www.oiv.hr/broadcasting/tables/dtv_hr.aspx

Hope this helps you out. Have a good show.

D

EDIT: P.S. - Probabily a mod could move this post to the Wireless and Communications sub-forum. I guess it's natural place is there. ;)
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Re: RF in Croatia?
« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2016, 06:40:25 am »

Had a colleague last year doing a show in Pula, not having troubles. He went with 16 channels of Shure UHFR-J5E.

This two pages might help you out. That, and Google translate:

http://www.degraf.hr/dvbt-kanali-dvb-t-frekvencije-zagreb.htm

This second one has a map with all the DTV transmitters in Croatia.

http://www.oiv.hr/broadcasting/tables/dtv_hr.aspx

Hope this helps you out. Have a good show.

D
Yes, that transmitter map looks like it will be very useful, thank you!
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EDIT: P.S. - Probabily a mod could move this post to the Wireless and Communications sub-forum. I guess it's natural place is there. ;)
Oh dear. I completely missed that. I don't think it existed last time I was here.
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Re: RF in Croatia?
« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2016, 12:54:46 pm »

Has anybody dealt with RF in Croatia? I'm going to Split and Zagreb soon, and wondering what I'll up against. I can't find any information on licensing, Wireless Workbench is bereft of DTV info, and there are no scans in Pete Erskine's excellent repository (Yes, I will contribute now I know it's there!)

Thanks,
mH
In Zagreb avoid DTV channels 25, 28, 42, 48, 53
In Split 33 and 53
Also avoid frequency 791-821/832-862 MHz because there is a 4G mobile phone network.

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Re: RF in Croatia?
« Reply #4 on: September 15, 2016, 03:11:13 pm »

Has anybody dealt with RF in Croatia? I'm going to Split and Zagreb soon, and wondering what I'll be up against. I can't find any information on licensing, Wireless Workbench is bereft of DTV info, and there are no scans in Pete Erskine's excellent repository (Yes, I will contribute now I know it's there!)


Thanks for the plug...please contribute scans when you go there.
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