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Digital Ghana | NCA Embarks Market Surveillance to Protect Consumers From Uncertified DTT set Top Boxes

The National Communications Authority (NCA), has embarked on a market surveillance exercise on Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) receivers (televisions and set top boxes) within the Greater Accra Region.
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Digital Ghana | Rules for the Assignment of Logical Channel Numbers (LCNs)

Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) technologies provide for the delivery of Service Information (SI) and Programme Specific Information (PSI).
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Digital Ghana | Introduction for Logical Channel Numbers

As part of the processes for Ghana's migration onto the Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) platform, the National Communications Authority (NCA) has developed rules for assigning Logical Channel Numbers (LCN).
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Digital Ghana | List of Approved DTT Receivers as at 4th Quarter Of 2015

The National Communications Authority (NCA) has indicated in the Conformance Regime for Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) Receivers published 31 March 2014 that the National Communications Authority (NCA) "shall publish a list of DTT receiver models that have been awarded the conformance logo on its website"
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Digital Ghana | NCA Publishes Version 1.2 of the DTT Receiver Conformance Regime

The National Communications Authority (NCA), has published an updated version of the Conformance Regime for Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) receivers (set-top boxes, integrated digital television sets, etc) for Free to Air Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) in Ghana. This current version 1.2, includes the addition of a new accredited laboratory to Annex 2 and an update of the cedi equivalent of the fees for the Test Suite and conformance certification.
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Digital Ghana | Sensitization Workshop on DTT Receiver Conformance Regime by NCA

The National Communications Authority has held a sensitization workshop on Digital Terrestial Television (DTT) Receiver Conformance Regime for dealers, manufacturers, agents and retailers of TV sets and set top boxes as Ghana gradually moves from Analogue to Digital Broadcasting by July 2015.
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Digital Ghana | List of Approved DTT Receivers (July 2015)

The National Communications Authority (NCA) has indicated in the Conformance Regime for Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) Receivers published 31 March 2014 that the National Communications Authority (NCA) “shall publish a list of DTT receiver models that have been awarded the conformance logo on its website”.
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Digital Ghana | Request For Expression Of Interest

Accreditation of Test labs for the Compliance Testing of digital terrestrial television (DTT) receivers in accordance with the Ghana DTT Conformance Regime Accreditation of Test labs for the Compliance Testing of digital terrestrial television (DTT) receivers in accordance with the Ghana DTT Conformance Regime.
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Digital Ghana | NCA Publishes procedure for the award of Conformance Logos for Digital TV sets and decoders

The NCA has published the procedure for the award of the Conformance Logos for Digital TV sets and decoders. This conformance procedure also called conformance regime requires all manufacturers and/or dealers of television sets and set-top boxes for Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) to test their products with accredited laboratories before being granted the authorisation to use the conformance logos i.e. the Digital Ghana thumb logos. The logo will confirm to consumers that the receiver is Ghana DTT compliant.
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Digital Ghana | Consumer Watch

Welcome to this first edition of the Consumer Watch publication from the National Communications Authority (NCA). This publication, which is solely dedicated to you, is aimed at educating, enlightening and protecting you with regard to communication services in the country.
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NCA announces the release of version 1.1 of the Minimum Spe

The National Communications Authority (NCA) announces the release of version 1.1 of the Minimum Specifications for Receivers of Free to Air Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) in Ghana. This new release is a revision of the version 1.0 released on February 6, 2013.
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NCA Organizes Sensitization Workshop on DTT Receiver Conformance Regime

The National Communications Authority has held a sensitization workshop on Digital Terrestial Television (DTT) Receiver Conformance Regime for dealers, manufacturers, agents and retailers of TV sets and set top boxes as Ghana gradually moves from Analogue to Digital Broadcasting by July 2015.
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Digital Ghana | List Of DTT Certified Receivers

The National Communications Authority (NCA) has indicated in the Conformance Regime for Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) Receivers published 31 March 2014 that the National Communications Authority (NCA) “shall publish a list of DTT receiver models that have been awarded the conformance logo on its website”
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Digital Terrestrial Pay Television Service Authorisations - Request For Applications

The NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS AUTHORITY (NCA) in consultation with the National Media Commission (NMC) invites applications from eligible Entities registered under the Ghana Companies Code, 1963, Act 179 for the grant of authorizations to establish, maintain and operate Digital Terrestrial Pay TV Services.
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Minimum Requirements For Receivers Of Free To Air Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) In Ghana

The NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS AUTHORITY (“AUTHORITY”) is carrying out a transition of television broadcasting services in the frequency bands 174–230 MHz and 470–862 MHz from analogue to digital technology.
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Digital Ghana | Report To The Government Of Ghana On The Migration From Analogue To Digital Broadcasting In Ghana

Ghana signed the Geneva 2006 (GE06) Agreement, establishing the Digital Terrestrial Broadcasting Plan in the bands 174 – 230 MHz and 470 – 862 MHz at the Regional Radiocommunications Conference (RRC-06) in 2006. The Agreement set 17 June 2015 as the deadline for the cessation of international protection for analogue broadcasting transmissions in the said bands.
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Digital Ghana | Government of Ghana Adopts DVB-T2 as the Transmission Standard For Digital Terrestrial Television

The terrestrial television stations: GTV, TV3, TV Africa, Crystal TV, Metro TV, Viasat1, Net-2 TV, e-TV Ghana, Coastal TV, GhOne, Top TV and all other stations with similar licenses will migrate their transmissions from analogue to a digital platform in accordance with the Geneva 2006 (GE06) Agreement of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU).
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Digital Ghana | List of Approved DTT Recievers as at June 2016

The National Communications Authority (NCA) has indicated in the Conformance Regime for Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) Receivers published 31 March 2014 that the National Communications Authority (NCA) “shall publish a list of DTT receiver models that have been awarded the conformance logo on its website”.

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LIST OF APPROVED DTT RECEIVERS AS AT 4TH QUARTER OF 2016

he National Communications Authority (NCA) has indicated in the Conformance Regime for Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) Receivers published 31 March, 2014 that the National Communications Authority (NCA) "shall publish a list of DTT receiver models that have been awarded the conformance logo on its website"
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NCA Organises Sensitisation Meeting on Service Information/ Programme Specific Information

The National Communications Authority (NCA) organised a sensitization meeting with stakeholders on Service Information and Programme Specific Information (SI/PSI) on the Friday, 10th February, 2016, at the NCA Tower in Accra.
The SI/PSI is meant to serve as a viewing guide for television viewers. The main purpose is to enable viewers navigate scheduling information menus interactively, allowing them to select and discover programming by time, title and channel while providing programme information in advance, just to mention a few.
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