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This is [[Digital Video Broadcasting]] for broadcasting of [[Digital TV]] via terrestrial Antenna (indoor / roof).  
 
This is [[Digital Video Broadcasting]] for broadcasting of [[Digital TV]] via terrestrial Antenna (indoor / roof).  
  
DVB-T transmissions have already started in some countries (UK, Australia, Germany, Finland). France would start [[Free To Air]] DVB-T broadcast in March 2005 (in [[MPEG2]]) and [[Pay Per View]] broadcast in Septembre 2005 (in [[MPEG4]]).
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DVB-T transmissions have already started in some countries (UK, Australia, Germany, Finland, Italy). France would start [[Free To Air]] DVB-T broadcast in March 2005 (in [[MPEG2]]) and [[Pay Per View]] broadcast in Septembre 2005 (in [[MPEG4]]).
  
 
Depending on the Transmission Mode about 15MBit can get transmitted per [[Transponder]] (Frequency). This is enough for one [[HDTV]] channel or 4-5 Standard Definition TV channels. Multiple channels can be organized in Bouquets (a bunch of services by a particular Service Provider).
 
Depending on the Transmission Mode about 15MBit can get transmitted per [[Transponder]] (Frequency). This is enough for one [[HDTV]] channel or 4-5 Standard Definition TV channels. Multiple channels can be organized in Bouquets (a bunch of services by a particular Service Provider).

Revision as of 14:39, 23 July 2005

DVB-T stands for Digital Video Broadcasting via Terrestrial radio.

This is Digital Video Broadcasting for broadcasting of Digital TV via terrestrial Antenna (indoor / roof).

DVB-T transmissions have already started in some countries (UK, Australia, Germany, Finland, Italy). France would start Free To Air DVB-T broadcast in March 2005 (in MPEG2) and Pay Per View broadcast in Septembre 2005 (in MPEG4).

Depending on the Transmission Mode about 15MBit can get transmitted per Transponder (Frequency). This is enough for one HDTV channel or 4-5 Standard Definition TV channels. Multiple channels can be organized in Bouquets (a bunch of services by a particular Service Provider).

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