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In Chukotka, "caught" a digital radio signal
Digital broadcasting was launched in Chukotka, but so far only in test mode. To set up the equipment and determine the signal reception, a music broadcast began. Soon it became known that the digital radio signal even reached the coast of Japan.
According to the press service of the Government of the Autonomous Okrug, during the implementation of the project, the territory of Chukotka will be provided with 100% coverage of the short-wave digital radio signal. The corresponding agreement was signed between the regional government and the Far Eastern Center of RTRS. In addition to listening to radio broadcasts, users will have the opportunity to carry out one-way data transfer, similar to one-way Internet.
The launch of broadcasting is of great importance for people living and conducting business activities outside of settlements. We are talking about hunters, reindeer herders, miners and geologists. As the governor of the region, Roman Kopin, noted, the platform can be used to operate operational, duty and dispatch services. The possibility of informing the Arctic territories and the Northern Sea Route opens up.