T-DMB In Germany

Posted: Mar 18 2005, 2:21am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:36pm CDT, in Other Stuff


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T-DMB in Germany

Chris Wiener provides below some insights on T-DMB trial in Germany. It is good to see that this new technology is also catching on outside Asia.

T-DMB has been introduced in Korea for digital radio services based on Eureka 147 called as DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) with an extension of multimedia services in the VHF band, named as Terrestrial Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (T-DMB).

T-DMB provides the traditional audio services through DAB framework and also multimedia ones with VCD visual and CD like quality. Beyond AV services, T-DMB can provide data services dependent or independent on AV programs. Also, those data services can be realized by a user’s interaction through local and remote environments through telecommunication channels.

For the next 2 years a T-DMB environment will be set up in Regensburg, Germany. To better understand how the user experience could look like, a lot of companies are willing to broadcast a new area of interactive services. Right now the project is at its very beginning but we´re looking forward to participate and test this experience for you.

T-DMB in Germany Future Technology News technology Review
T-DMB in Germany Future Technology News technology Review

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