mobile DTV

mobile DTV

(mobile Digital TV) See mobile TV.
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The new system constructs on the ATSC A/153 mobile DTV standard and employs Triveni Digital s PSIP metadata generator, DTV content distribution system, PSIP and mobile technologies for handing over audio, video files, text and graphics.
The M-EAS standard is based on the existing open standard for Mobile DTV, designated as ATSC A/153.
In addition, because of Expway's extensive field-experience from Mobile DTV roll-outs, the largest media and telecom companies are now using the company's solutions when moving from TV to non-linear deliveries of content.
Engineered in accordance with the new Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) Mobile DTV A/153 Part 4 standard, the extension of the GuideBuilder's mobile capabilities ensures up-to-date scheduling and tuning, managed through the operator's existing workflow components.
Newly-certified to comply with mobile digital television (DTV) technology now being deployed by American broadcasters, LG Electronics is introducing the industry's first portable, battery-operated mobile DTV in the United States, designed to receive new rugged over-the-air signals being transmitted by local broadcasters.
Atlanta-based Gray Television Inc (NYSE: GTN) said on Thursday it has completed the first successful Mobile DTV signal, allowing viewers to receive a signal on mobile devices directly from the transmitter.
New Content-Rich In-Vehicle Mobile DTV Solution Will be Available to Consumers in the U.
International CES Demonstration Shows How Mobile DTV Broadcasting Will Deliver Video, Audio, Photos, Maps, and Other Vital Information to Millions at Once
Starting Q1 2013, two of BYD s newer models, the BYD S6 and the Surai compact sedan will be equipped with state-of-the-art multimedia/infotainment systems with mobile DTV powered by Siano.
So that broadcasters will be able to promote their content and generate business with Mobile DTV," stated Claude Seyrat, VP Marketing & Strategy at Expway.
For broadcasters deploying ATSC systems for mobile DTV delivery, Thomson's ViBE EM3000 encoder promises to deliver exceptional video quality, combining two full HD programmes in a single transport stream or freeing bandwidth for mobile programming.
The mobile DTV solution will bring television signals to limitless devices simultaneously decreasing the burden on already constrained cellular services.
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