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Because of its diverse ecosystems and the different sea levels up to the mountain peaks, Myanmar is rich in biodiversity. More information about CITES and Myanmar can be found at:. Since Myanmar's independence, the United Nations (UN) has been present in Myanmar.
MRTV, Myanmar National Broadcaster, continues the DAB+ piloting begun in August 2016. In 2016, Myanmar Radio and TV (MRTV) initiated a call for tenders for a DAB+ study won by Hong Kong-based system integration company BTL. And Paneda provided DAB headphones and technical assistance. Attempts began with a station in the biggest town of Yangon.
When the study is completed, the study will be assessed and further projects will be added in the most important towns. Following a call for tenders, Myanma Radio and TV (MRTV) will now launch a DAB-test. This test system is being set up by Hong Kong-based system integration company BTL.
DAB head-end equipment and technical assistance is provided by Paneda. Attempts will begin with a station in the biggest town of Yangon, and after the experiment the site will be assessed. The radio magazine: The Myanmar Radio and TV (MRTV) will launch a DAB test after a competitive bidding process won by Hong Kong-based system integration company BTL.
Paneda, the DAB Head-End Software Development and Manufacturing Company, will offer DAB Head-End Software and Softwareupport. It starts with a station in Yangon - the biggest town in the state. Asia Radio Today: The Myanmar Radio and TV (MRTV) will launch a DAB test after a competitive bidding process won by Hong Kong-based system integration company BTL.
DAB head-end equipment and technical assistance is provided by Paneda. At RadioAsia 2015 in Myanmar, Joan Warner, CEO of Commercial radio Australia, reported on the history of Australian broadcast television and the fact that broadcasters cannot depend on telecommunications providers alone to deliver trusted broadcasting service. Asia Broadcasting Today: There will also be many meetings on various themes, among them The Creative Power of the Radio, Transformation radio into Multimedia Player:
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