Consulting and System Integration: Your One-Stop Solution Provider for Broadcast Technology

With over 60 years of accumulated experience in Broadcast, Communication and Information Technology, BluLemon offers turnkey solutions that will achieve your end objectives. Our target is to make you a successful broadcaster within your time and budget frames

Agent for international broadcast equipment suppliers

Turnkey project implementation including

Design and construction of radio and TV studios and transmitter stations

Fixed and portable satellite, microwave and broadband links

Supply of studio and transmitter equipment

OB, studio and post production facilities

State-of-the-art solutions: Benefit from latest trends

Digital radio installation: DRM(+)/DAB+/DVB-T2 lite

Digital television headend and transmission: DVB-T2

Solar and wind powered remote transmitter stations

Consultants to the broadcast industry


Assistance with licensing and regulatory affairs (ICASA)

Geographical, propagation and interference analysis

Budget analysis and task management

Transmitter coverage and spectrum planning

After sales services and maintenance

Incubation and Training

The business is about supplying broadcast signal distribution services to community television broadcasting services in the DTT environment using DVB-T2 Narrowband spectrum.

In the currently coordinated DTT environment all broadcast services are going to be multiplexed in 8MHz DVB-T2 multiplexes with up to 20 television programmes all sharing the same footprint. Individual illumination such as a smaller coverage as required by most community services will not be possible in this implementation method. Therefore, it is planned to use the narrower 1.7MHz mode to create such individual footprints in the L-Band or VHF.

The frequency spectrum we utilize is granted by ICASA to Blulemon to provide a service in the following bands:

L-band broadcast spectrum: 1,452,000 to 1,492,000 MHz

VHF broadcast spectrum: 174 to 254 MHz

The required transmitter and related equipment will be provided for each service individually and usually at a lower power than the large coverage transmitter networks such as operated by Sentech or Orbicom. It will be therefore a solution with lower budget requirements which ideally fits the requirements of community broadcasting services.

In this way it will be possible to translate the implementation of community television broadcasting from the analogue to the digital world.

This concept of broadcasting is therefore essential for the DTT regulatory framework in South Africa and Sub- Saharan countries.