DVB-H


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DVB-H

(Digital Video Broadcasting-Handset) See mobile TV and DVB.
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The DVB-H antenna with CRLH structure in size of 150 mm x 60 mm has been also reported in [11].
This guide for beginners and experts in Mobile broadcasting, including broadcast and mobile operators, network terminal manufacturers, service providers, frequency regulators, and students, explains the implementation of the DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting-Handheld) system for MobileTV services, with an overview of all aspects of the specification, and emphasis on the technical elements.
In addition, the company is introducing the brand new Telefunken Touch mTV phones that are revolutionising the DVB-H mobile TV market since they are ready to receive pure DVB-H mobile TV signals and DTT transmissions.
The company has carried out several DVB trials, both on DVB-T (terrestrial) and DVB-H (mobile TV) in countries such as Peru, Argentine, Ecuador, Colombia, Uruguay and Panama, with plans to lead some other DVB projects in the region later on this year.
The TDF Group, an operator of shared facilities and terrestrial networks in Europe, announced on 16 December that it has selected NEC Corporation, a provider of Internet, broadband network and enterprise business solutions, to supply it with DVB-T and DVB-H Broadcast Transmission equipment in France and to European affiliates of the TDF Group.
Nokia Siemens Networks will supply Qtel with the state-of-the-art Digital Video Broadcasting Handheld (DVB-H) solution providing their subscribers enhanced TV viewing experiences on their mobile phones with the added flexibility of selecting their preferred subscription payment model.
Alcatel-Lucent and SpeedCast will leverage their respective technologies, infrastructure and content delivery solutions to provide operators around the region with a state-of-the art DVB-H head-end.
SBC, a full subsidiary of Swisscom AG, holds the DVB-H license for the operation of mobile TV in Switzerland.
Also unveiled is the Broadcom(R) BCM2940 mobile TV receiver -- a 65nm monolithic single-chip solution that integrates a dual-mode demodulator and tuner to support both DVB-T and DVB-H for the high-growth cellular handset market.
The broadcast service will reportedly be based on Digital Video Broadcast-Handheld (DVB-H) technology, and is expected to be available in the second half of 2007.
DVB-H broadcasting services are available in various areas centered on Europe, while those using the T-DMB format have started in South Korea and some parts of Europe, according to Sharp.