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SRG SSR produces and broadcasts programmes and has a complex infrastructure in place to ensure that it can fulfil its broadcasting remit at all times.
There are several ways to receive SRG SSR’s television programmes. This guarantees almost 100% coverage of households in Switzerland.
|Terrestrial||DVB-T (Digital Video Broadcasting – Terrestrial), nationwide digital reception: for both SRG SSR channels within the respective language region, the first channel for each of the other language regions and the repeats channel SRF info in German-speaking Switzerland.|
|Cable||SRF 1, SRF zwei, SRF info, RTS Un, RTS Deux, RSI LA 1, RSI LA 2 (in German-speaking Switzerland).|
|Satellite||Reception of seven SRG SSR channels (SRF 1, SRF zwei, SRF info, RTS Un, RTS Deux, RSI LA 1, RSI LA 2) via Hotbird from Eutelsat. This form of reception is becoming increasingly popular. Since television channels have to be broadcast via satellite in encrypted form for licensing and copyright reasons, a SatAccess card is needed to receive the SRG SSR television channels.|
|Internet||A number of programmes can be viewed on demand as streams on the websites of the individual SRG SSR television channels. Various providers such as Wilmaa and Zattoo bring SRG SSR to viewers’ computer screens using software players.|
|IPTV||Internet Protocol Television: the television signal is sent using Internet Protocol (IP) technology. Various digital channel packages are available, depending on the language region.|
On the Broadcast website you'll find practical tips to enable you to enjoy perfect reception at all times, wherever you are:
- Frequency lists
- The benefits of each individual reception technology
- Easy-to-understand installation and operating instructions
- Straightforward answers to frequently asked questions
- The latest information from SRG SSR
- Helpful links and downloads