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MHP has enormous business implications for the future of the European digital video broadcasting industry.
The publication of TIA-1105, or Terrestrial Mobile Multimedia Multicast based on Digital Video Broadcasting for Handheld Devices (DVB-H) System gives official recognition to the specification and application of the global DVB-H standard in the United States.
DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting for Handhelds): A digital video broadcasting (DVB) standard for mobile devices developed in Europe.
The DF Raptor FEC was standardized as part of the specifications for IP datacasting and content delivery protocols developed by the Convergence of Broadcast and Mobile Services (CBMS) working group of the Digital Video Broadcasting Project (DVB).
The Digital Video Broadcasting Project (DVB) is an industry-led consortium of over 250 broadcasters, manufacturers, network operators, software developers, regulatory bodies and others in over 35 countries committed to designing global DVB standards.
About DVB-H Building on the Digital Video Broadcasting Project's (DVB) DVB-T transmission standard, DVB-H includes the following features for handheld and devices: lower battery consumption, cell identifiers to support quicker signal scanning, frequency handover, and signal strengthening in a mobile environment.
He added that in a project for the European Space Agency, the Open Network Engine value-add was demonstrated when specific satellite encapsulation protocol, compression mechanism and digital video broadcasting drivers were integrated within 6WINDGate(TM)'s software platform.
264 (AVC) codec is a high compression multimedia technology that is widely used in advanced digital video broadcasting services such as mobile TV, with terrestrial digital multimedia broadcast (TDMB), land-based broadcast towers that provide multi-channel broadcast service, 1-Seg DTV, a part of Japan's 1-segment of the sub-bands that delivers DTV services while operating on a reduced bandwidth, and Digital Video Broadcasting -- Handheld (DVB-H) that brings broadcast services to handheld receivers.