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Digital broadcasting is transforming both the television viewing experience and the FM radio listening experience. Along with dramatic improvements in television picture and sound quality, digital broadcast technology also offers viewers more programming choices and a growing number of interactive capabilities. Our team offers the broadcast engineering expertise necessary to help you select the best solutions.
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Links for Additional Digital Broadcast Technical Information
Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) -includes organizations from the broadcast, equipment, motion picture, consumer electronics, computer, cable, satellite, and semiconductor industries.
European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)- produces standards for Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), including fixed, mobile, radio, converged, broadcast and internet.
The National Association of Broadcasters- trade association advancing its members’ interests in the federal government, industry and public affairs; improving quality and profitability; and encouraging content and technology innovation.
Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) Project- international consortium committed to designing open interoperable standards for the global delivery of digital media and broadcast services.
DVB-H Mobile Broadcast Standard- official Mobile TV website of the DVB Project Office; includes specifications for DVB-H (for battery-powered handheld receivers), DVB-SH (for S-band over hybrid satellite/terrestrial networks) and DVB-IPDC (for IP Datacast).
Broadcast Engineering and Digital Television– publication for management, engineers and technicians at commercial and public TV stations, post-production and recording studios, broadcast networks, cable, telephone and satellite production centers and networks.