Cameroon, the urgency of the changeover to digital
Originally planned June 17, 2015, the changeover to digital has been postponed to a later date. Why is it necessary to dock to digital? What are the benefits of digitization of broadcasting?
Like all countries that aspire to technological development and a more important consideration, Cameroon must turn to digital. That the switchover from analogue to digital is an important step towards the emergence of a modern technological society and especially towards a revitalization of all information and communications technology.
Specialists have analog as an ancient method of audiovisual broadcast which absorbed a lot of space to store data. The audiovisual sector is the sector that uses radio frequencies over daily through audio and video broadcasts. This high use of radio frequencies for TV broadcasting is called « analog TV » because it uses the technical parameters too old.
Reached saturation and with much interference to radio and TV communications, it was time to clean house by releasing analogue TV to allocate radio frequencies for new technologies such as mobile TV, HD TV, internet , professional telecommunications and telephony. These new technologies occupy less space, use less frequencies; This is called « digital. »
Cameroon, the urgency of the changeover to digital The migration process from analogue to digital will certainly enable Cameroon to better store its data and have made more significant by the users of these tools.
In this migration process, it is necessary to educate and inform all stakeholders including journalists and citizens. It is important to communicate over and above users to accompany this transformation. Like many digital players in the country, jovago first online hotel booking site in Africa, has followed suit and monthly grants debates conferences and briefings to all its hotel partners. « Cameroon is a country with great potential and it was necessary to accompany the players in this technological transition, important process that will improve and move to a much larger level the country’s image in the eyes of investors worldwide »has said Arthur Soria, local representative jovago Cameroon.
The company is planning to go even further in the coming months. She wants to organize training seminars for all those directly involved in Internet-related tools. For Jovago.com business, the maneuver is part of an awareness campaign on new challenges after the switchover to digital.
Par Simon Mbelek
MR JOHNSON KETO
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