Open Channel is a distributor of local terrestrial tv since 2006 in Copenhagen.
As one of the first in Europe, Open Channel started trials of the next generation Digital Terrestrial TV standard - DVB-T2 in 2010. Open Channel again leads the way as the first in the world to air the next generation of mobile TV, based on the new standard T2 Lite. The service is now on air March 2012 on UHF channel 39 in Copenhagen also called MUXCPH-2.
DVB-T2 Lite is not only suitable for mobile TV. It is also highly suitable as the future standard of digital radio in place of DAB & DAB+. Open Channel acquired in 2011 a license for a digital radio & Mobil TV trial of DVB-T2 | T2 Lite on a so-called T-DAB frequency VHF channel 9D with a channel bandwidth of 1.7 MHz, also known MUXCPH-3. The service is now on air since June 2012.
The coverage area consist of 700.000 households, equal to 28 % of all Danish households.
DVB-T2, T2 Lite