Standards For Mobile TV

July 25th, 2013

At the moment there are five standards to be able to watch TV on mobile devices:
– ISDB-T / ONE-SEG is a service of transmitting audio / video and mobile terrestrial digital data from the Japanese standard ISDB-T. Terrestrial digital broadcasting in Japan(ISDB-T) is designed so that each channel is divided into 13 segments (plus a segment to separate the channels). HDTV transmission occupies 12 segments, and segment 13 is used for mobile receivers. Thus the name, ‘1seg service to the European DVB-H is to pay, the Japanese system is free, anyone can access it from a mobile device for free. “
– DVB-H: Digital Video Broadcasting Handheld. The European Institute of Standards Institute (ETSI) decided on the adoption of DVB-H as European standard for digital terrestrial television (DTT) to mobile
– DVB-SH: DVB-H in banda S is a standard hybrid (satellite / terrestrial) from DVB-H and ETSI SDR. The final standard, approved in February 2007, provides benefits to operators of UMTS, when using a frequency band adjacent to 2GHz, allowing reuse of sites and antennas and base stations deployed.
– T-DMB: Terrestrial Digital Multimedia Broadcasting.
– S-DMB: Satellite Digital Multimedia Broadcasting.
– MediaFLO: new technologies developed by U.S. company Qualcomm for streaming video to mobile devices.

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