Thus he has announced it the minister of Industry, Tourism and Commerce. Joan Clos assures that the Government is culminating a negotiation to obtain that all the television sets that are sold as of the summer take built-in their interior a decoder to receive the terrestrial digital television (TDT).
The idea, said graphically, is that no longer it must speak of “more knicks-knack in the dining room”, which “will be a very important advance”. Clos rejected of plane to delay the analogical, predicted blackout for the 2010, and denied that, as they defend some sectors, this delay does not have any cost.
“We cannot avoid nor avoid” the blackout, added Clos, “because the demand of the phantom is so great that the unique form that we must to produce the more is to compress the bands so that things fit the more”.
“It is necessary to know clearly that this is inevitable”, sentenced and “whichever better and faster” the effort becomes will be more positive. It remembered that there are projects that depend on the diffusion of the TDT and the analogical blackout, like the television of high resolution and tele on the movable telephone.