[linux-dvb] S2API: Future support for DVB-T2
david.may10 at ntlworld.com
Sat Oct 25 16:31:14 CEST 2008
Saturday, October 25, 2008, 2:02:07 PM, you wrote:
>> > according to www.dvb.org: DVB-T2 standard was released.
>> > I want to ask there: is S2API ready for this standard? Or it needs some relative big chagnes?
>> S2API currently doesn't support DVB-T2. However, it were designed in a way that
>> it should be easy to extend to support any standard.
> I'm wondering where is dvb-t2 broadcasting ? is it in h264 ?
"Sneals2000 said: 09-25-2008, 06:07 AM
The BBC are currently running the first proper live tests of DVB-T2 from a real transmitter
(using BBC designed modulators and demodulators) in Guildford.
It is carrying 3x11Mbs H.264 1080/50i HD video streams (using a new Thompson encoder -
and delivering higher quality video than the 16.5Mbs BBC HD on DSat...)
in a 36Mbs DVB-T2 mux (32k carriers and 256QAM rather than 2k/8k carriers and 16/64QAM as
used by DVB-T)
its clear we need DVB-T2 ASAP or we in the UK cant see this T2 when
it soon moves off the limited Guildford transmitter and on to the
UK winterhill /NW transmitters later this year.
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