Standard: DTMB. Currently being tested by the government.
In May 2013, the Cuban Communication Ministry (ICRT) announced the beginning (in June) of tests in Havana to introduce progressively the digital TV in the island using methodology and equipment donated by China. The second week of November 2015, the ICRT & Lacetel officially released the plan for their digital television transition.
Lacetel is the official office in charge of overseeing the digital transition in Cuba. All of the channels have been mapped out. Why couldn't we ever had this with analogue TV for Cuba??? To see the DTMB channel assignment list, here it is...
What's crazy about the channel lists on the link above, they have maps that show where the transmitters are located and also what the DTMB channel assignment is. IF you love reading stuff about broadcast TV, you are going to love looking at this stuff coming out of Cuba now. Scrolling through the map listings of channel assignments, it appears everything will migrate to high VHF or UHF. What is surprising is some of the pages show up in English, which leads to the suspicion that a third party source that writes English designed certain pages.
I can just see some of the southeastern US dxers wanting to get a DTMB receiver for a chance at catching some Cuban tropo.
Update on information - Lacetel posted a products page on December 18, 2015, showing ALL DTMB capable STB's and DTV's, to date. This list contains reviews and comments of each model. It appears they have tested the models. You can find that page here:
Since most of these are coming from China, I would venture a guess a US shopper should be able to find these on eBay or similar.