Which network is your main source of TV?
Terrestrial
I have my own rooftop antenna / my housing company has its own rooftop antenna
Cable, satellite or IPTV
I do not know
Is your TV Antenna Ready HD tested?
Yes
No
I do not know
Do you live in a detached or semi-detached house, or in a housing company?
Detached or semi-detached house
Housing company
Contact your property manager to find out which network your building is connected to.
Terrestrial network
Cable, satellite or IPTV network
Check the type of the antenna in your house
If you have a UHF antenna on your roof, you are likely to be connected to the terrestrial network. If there is no antenna, you are most likely in the cable, satellite or IPTV network.
Terrestrial network
Cable, satellite or IPTV network
Do you get the following HD channels?
Yle HD channels: TV1 HD (channel 21), TV2 HD (channel 22), Teema/Fem HD (channel 25)
Further information
Yes
No
Did you buy your TV before 2010?
Yes
No
Do you know the model of your TV?
The model of a TV is usually indicated as manufacturer+model number (e.g. Samsung UE32H4505AKXXE). You will find it in your manual.
Yes
No
Enter the model of your TV:
Choose the model of your TV:
Although broadcasting technology changes in the terrestrial TV network only, you need the right kind of receiver to watch HD channels in other networks, too.
Ok!
No need to worry, you can keep using your TV.
It looks like you might need a new TV or at least a new digital set-top box which is equipped with a DVB-T2 tuner.
Unfortunately this test is unable to determine with certainty whether your TV has a DVB-T2 tuner or not. All functional television sets can be used after the switch if paired with a T2 digital set-top box.