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first 4K channel that broadcasts by DTT, satellite and Internet

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TVE 4K was the first 4K channel we saw in Spain. It began broadcasting in 2016 in tests, currently broadcasting in 11 Spanish cities: Barcelona, ​​Ciudad Real, Lérida, Madrid, Seville, Malaga, Tarragona, Santiago de Compostela, Valencia, Zaragoza and La Coruña. Now that mux is being used by the UHD Spain, at the same time that they have expanded their presence in more provinces of Spain.

How to watch the UHD Spain channel on DTT

Thus, since June 1, 2021, the issuance of TVE 4K has happened to have two signals that emit open: «UHD emissions HDR tests” Y “UHD emissions SDR tests«. Both signals are HEVC H.265 encoded using the standard DVB-T2, and therefore it is necessary to have a compatible TV or deco to be able to see them. The channel is available in most of the national territory on DTT on the following UHF channels:

  • Albacete: 26
  • Almeria: 33
  • Ávila: 41
  • Badajoz: 22
  • Barcelona: 43
  • Burgos: 42
  • Cáceres: 27
  • Cádiz: 44
  • Real City: 33
  • Córdoba: 43
  • Cuenca: 35
  • Girona: 40
  • Granada: 48
  • Guadalajara: 35
  • Huelva: 38
  • A Coruña: 21
  • Lion: 42
  • Lleida: 21
  • Logroño: 41
  • Lugo: 37
  • Madrid: 36
  • Málaga: 26
  • Ourense: 33
  • Oviedo: 48
  • Palencia: 42
  • Pontevedra: 26
  • Salamanca: 33
  • Santander: 34
  • Santiago de Compostela: 33
  • Segovia: 41
  • Sevilla: 36
  • Soria: 46
  • Tarragona: 42
  • Teruel: 43
  • Toledo: 35
  • Valencia: 41
  • Vizcaya / Bilbao: 24
  • Zamora: 48
  • Zaragoza: 23

The tuning of the channels must be done by hand at those frequencies, or by doing an automatic tuning without deleting the channels so as not to lose the list that we already have ordered. In the case of having a collective antenna, it is likely that the channel is not incorporated into it and we cannot see it.

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The channel, managed by Cellnex, Axión y Telecom CLM depending on the provinces, it is broadcasting content provided by production companies such as Medina Media, RTVE, RTVA, Aragón TV and CCMA. Thus, there are many hours of content such as unpublished images from LaLiga, the film El Abuelo, or documentaries on the Cádiz Carnival, Holy Week in Seville and El Rocío.

How to watch the UHD Spain channel on satellite and over the Internet

In addition to being able to watch the channel in 4K on DTT, we also have two other options to watch it: by satellite Y by Internet. The only bad thing about the satellite is that it is necessary to have the antenna oriented to Hispasat, since most of Spain is oriented to Astra, since that is where Movistar + broadcasts exclusively at present. In Hispasat we find it in the frequency 11382V.

Finally, if you cannot see it on DTT or satellite, you can also see it online at this link. To do this, it is necessary to have the Edge browser, and choose the HDR or SDR version depending on the screen we have.

Along with emissions, the working groups of the UHD Spain, who are in charge of capturing, post-production, encoding, emission and reception of the signal, are doing tests related to HDR, WCG, and all the parameters necessary to transmit the signal. All the data will be compiled in the white paper that the association will publish in November, which will serve as a guide for the introduction of 4K in Spain and on the parameters that these channels will have to follow.

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The list of companies currently participating in the association is as follows: ADM, AMETIC, ATEME, ATRESMEDIA, AXIÓN, CANON, CELLNEX, DOLBY, EGATEL, FECOTEL, FENITEL, FRAUNHOFER, GSERTEL, HENNEO, HISPASAT, HURÍ, LAVINIA, MEDIAPASAT, HURÍ, LAVINIA , MEDINA MEDIA, ROHDE & SCHWARZ, RTVE, SAPEC, SECUOYA, TEDIAL, TELECOM CLM, TELEVÉS, TREDESS, UNIVERSIDAD POLITÉCNICA DE MADRID, UTECA and VESTEL.

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