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Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB)[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Multimedia_Broadcasting] is a digital radio transmission system for sending multimedia (radio, TV, and datacasting) to mobile devices such as mobile phones. It is based on the Eureka 147 Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB). T-DMB is an ETSI standard (TS 102 427 and TS 102 428).
 
Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB)[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Multimedia_Broadcasting] is a digital radio transmission system for sending multimedia (radio, TV, and datacasting) to mobile devices such as mobile phones. It is based on the Eureka 147 Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB). T-DMB is an ETSI standard (TS 102 427 and TS 102 428).
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Most widely used standard in the US.  Becomes mandatory on February 17, 2009

Latest revision as of 22:48, 5 April 2010

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[edit] DVB-T

Is available in most of Europe and parts of Asia. This standard is on the way in many African countries. Propably shouldn't be expected in the American market? DVB-T is an open standard, so it should be possible to find GPL'ed chips. Not made for handheld devices so the phone would propaby be huge and hot.

[edit] DVB-S

Lots of free quality tv, but nobody has space for a 60cm satelit dish in their pockets theese days.

[edit] DVB-H

Open standard for digital terrestrial tv for handheld devices. In trial state in most of the world. Propably the best solution for tv on a phone.

[edit] DVB-SH

Open standard for digital satelite tv for handheld devices

[edit] T-DMB

Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB)[1] is a digital radio transmission system for sending multimedia (radio, TV, and datacasting) to mobile devices such as mobile phones. It is based on the Eureka 147 Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB). T-DMB is an ETSI standard (TS 102 427 and TS 102 428).

[edit] ATSC

Most widely used standard in the US. Becomes mandatory on February 17, 2009

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Hardware wishes warning! This article or section documents a Hardware Wish List item, the features described here may or may not be implemented in future devices.

DVB-T

Is available in most of Europe and parts of Asia. This standard is on the way in many African countries. Propably shouldn't be expected in the American market? DVB-T is an open standard, so it should be possible to find GPL'ed chips. Not made for handheld devices so the phone would propaby be huge and hot.

DVB-S

Lots of free quality tv, but nobody has space for a 60cm satelit dish in their pockets theese days.

DVB-H

Open standard for digital terrestrial tv for handheld devices. In trial state in most of the world. Propably the best solution for tv on a phone.

DVB-SH

Open standard for digital satelite tv for handheld devices

T-DMB

Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB)[1] is a digital radio transmission system for sending multimedia (radio, TV, and datacasting) to mobile devices such as mobile phones. It is based on the Eureka 147 Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB). T-DMB is an ETSI standard (TS 102 427 and TS 102 428).