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Source: PRO AV Magazine
Publication date: April 1, 2008
By ProAV StaffMATCH THE BROADCAST TECHNOLOGY TO ITS DESCRIPTION
- A-VSB, MPH, ATSC-M/H
- H.264, MPEG-4 part 10, MPEG-4 AVC
A. The current standard for transmitting digital television, developed by the Advanced Television Systems Committee, doesn't work well if the DTV receiver is moving at vehicular speeds. So various groups have floated new standards and technologies to enable mobile DTV. One is from Samsung, another from LG and Harris Corp., and yet a third is working its way through the ATSC itself.
B. Considered a “conditional access solution” for HD radio, it could allow radio operators to offer opt-in or paid programming in the future. iBiquity Digital, the developer of HD Radio technology, has chosen the technology for conditional access, and the Federal Com Communications mmunications Com Commission is considering it. Given the green light light,, new HD radios (which have nothing to do with high definition) would come eq equipped with an embedded decoder chip that broadcasters could address with encrypted content. Radios could be individually targeted, opening up whole new markets for adve advertising, programming, etc.
C. Not to be confused with Microsoft Media Center, this little-know known, behind-the-curtain software platform is licensed to service prov providers worldwide for offering Internet Protocol television services.
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