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DMB

(Digital Multimedia Broadcasting) The first mobile TV service. Developed in South Korea and introduced in 2005, DMB uses satellite transmission (S-DMB) and terrestrial towers (T-DMB). DMB has also been deployed in several European countries, including Germany, France and Norway. DMB is based on the international digital audio broadcasting standard (DAB), and DMB devices can receive DAB broadcasts (see DAB). See DTMB and mobile TV.
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W metodzie analitycznej amerykanskiej Agencji Ochrony Srodowiska (Environmental Protection Agency--EPA) nr 553 [11] oznaczano zawartosc DMB w probkach wody z zastosowaniem wysokosprawnej chromatografii cieczowej (high performance liquid chromatography--HPLC) sprzezonej ze spektrometria mas (mass spectrometry--MS).
laticoronum, the level of protein (dmb) in all the test vegetables is comparable with that of pulses [10,11].
Different standards can coexist, as is the case with 2G and 3G mobile systems in the US and the DMB providers in Korea, because the end user cares about the technology only to the extent that it affects his or her value proposition in purchasing the service (i.e., cost, quality, viewing experience, etc.).
In the Figure 4 the deployment architecture of T-DMB is shown, in this architecture, 3 important components could be identified: Service provider, broadcasting system and DMB receiver.
The mean DMB of the subjects irrespective of the foot direction for the balance transfer was 17.52 and the mean LOB was 12.48.
DMB Group specialise in managing customer communication programmes on behalf of clients using a range of direct channels.
Over the years I've met many openly gay Dave Matthews fans (and many more Abercrombie-wearing closet cases, who communicate their interest at concerts by ignoring their girlfriends and subtly rubbing against you as they hand you a joint), and you can only imagine our excitement when we first heard the lyrics to the 1996 DMB song "So Much to Say": I say my hell is the closet I'm stuck inside Can't see the light ...
The distribution integration branch was successful because of a few key initiatives, including the creation of the DMB, the establishment of multi functional battalions, and the readjustment of the foreign national vehicle to convoy protection platform (CPP) ratio.
Handbook of mobile broadcasting; DVB-H, DMB, ISDB-T, and mediaflo.
The popularity of mobile broadcasting (DMB) would seem to offer up a new ancillary market, except that the service has been hard to monetize.
The core DMB - Dave Matthews on guitars (mostly acoustic) and vocals, Carter Beauford on drums, Stefan Lessard on bass, LeRoi Moore on sax, and Boyd Tinsley on violin - had company, with longtime associate Butch Taylor on hand to play keys and more recent recruit Rashawn Ross pumping trumpet into the mix.