Technology - Broadcasting - Digital TV (including iTV & Digital Radio)

Synopsis

A description is given of the technologies used for broadcasting, for digital radio, TV, both terrestrial and satellites. A description is also given of the competing broadcasting standards, particularly DAB, DVB, ATSC, the Mobile TV standards DVB-H and DMB. Also described are interactive TV, and especially MHP, and compare it with the various other STB middleware approaches that it looks likely to replace.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Synopsis
  • 2. Video broadcast technologies
    • 2.1 NTSC and PAL analogue TV
    • 2.2 Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting – DTTB
    • 2.3 High Definition Television – HDTV
    • 2.4 DVB – The Digital Video Broadcasting Project
      • 2.4.1 DVB standards
    • 2.5 Advanced Television Standards Committee (ATSC) - USA
  • 3. Multimedia home platform (MHP)
    • 3.1 The problem of diverse STB middleware systems
    • 3.2 MHP - DVB-Java
  • 4. DAVIC – The Digital Audio Visual Council
  • 5. Mobile TV
    • 5.1 Digital Multimedia Broadcasting - DMB
    • 5.2 DVB-H
  • 6. Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB)
    • 6.1 In Band On Channel - IBOC
    • 6.2 Eureka 147
    • 6.3 Satellite video, audio and data for Japan
    • 6.4 Digital Radio Modiale - DRM
    • 6.5 Multiple transmitters for DAB and DTTB
    • 6.6 Commercial and administrative differences
  • 7. Radio Data Systems (RDS)
  • 8. Related links
  • Exhibit 1 – DVB standards

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Number of pages 10

Status Archived

Last updated 26 Apr 2005
Update History

Analyst: Kylie Wansink

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