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The Broadcasting Network of Mongolian Radio and Television


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and provincial centres, provides local technicians and engineers with technology management on a daily basis, ensures normal and reliable operation of the network and makes quality control on national multi-channel television programmes and broad band radio programmes being transmitted through satellite.


Mongolia migrated to KU band satellite communication in 2010 when it started to re-transmit national multi-channel television programmes via the APSTAR-V satellite. This enabled high quality reception and/or re-transmission of foreign and domestic television channels in any part of the country.


“Voice of Mongolia” – Special programme on international languages / Coverage area /


Utilisation Service for Multi-channel Television The multi-channel television service controls the operation


of television re-transmission stations located in Ulaanbaatar author


Davaasuren Santiv MRTBN (Mongolian Radio & Television Broadcasting Network)


Davaasuren Santiv received her B.E. in radio communication engineering from the School of Information and Communication Technology of Science and Technology University in 2008. Since 2008, she has been working at the MRTBN as engineer of Television Broadcasting Center. Currently, she is the technical planning manager in General Administrative Department.


Multiple television channels compacted by the use of digital transmission technology DVB-S/MPEG-2 are received from satellite and re-transmitted via 4-6 analogue television signals in local areas by repeater stations operating in the 450-860MHz band.


The Centre employs 19 engineers in local areas and five engineers in Ulaanbaatar city. These engineers are responsible for the operation and maintenance of 377 stations with capacities ranging from 50 to 500 Watts. Our overall goal is to provide our audience with reliable and continual delivery of quality programmes.


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