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MPEG-4 Part 3 – BSAC

The AAC-BSAC codec is used in Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB) applications.

SK Telecom – Subsidiaries

TU Media, the nationwide satellite Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB) service, is also making fast growth, attracting more than 1 million subscribers in 2006.

SK Telecom – TU Media Corp

introduced a new digital media service— satellite Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB)

MPEG-4 Part 11

MPEG-4 Binary Format for Scene (BIFS) is used in Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB).

Mobile content – TV

The problem is that broadcast technologies don’t have a natural up link, so for users to interact with the TV stream the service has to be closely integrated to the carriers mobile network. The main technologies for broadcast TV are DVB-H, Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB) and MediaFLO.

Samsung Anycall

‘Anycall’ (Hangul: ???) is a South Korean mobile phone brand established by Samsung Electronics in 1993. Like other mobile phone brands in South Korea, they provide technology such as cameras, internet access, and digital TV through Digital Multimedia Broadcasting.

Digital radio – Digital audio broadcasting systems

** Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB

Digital radio – DAB adopters

DAB related standards Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB) and DAB-IP are suitable for mobile radio and TV both because they have MPEG 4 AVC and WMV9 respectively as video codecs

Video – Digital television

*Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB) – Korea

Iriver clix – iriver clix+

An update to the second generation clix was previewed at the Consumer Electronics Show#2008|2008 Consumer Electronics Show, which was narrower and had a Digital multimedia broadcasting|DMB receiver.

Iriver – Current

*** Update (Clix+): (4GB, 8GB) A somewhat flatter Clix model featuring a Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB tuner. Like the previous generations, the Clix+ has a 2.2 AMOLED screen.

White space (telecommunications)

In the rest of the world, the abandoned television channels are VHF, and the resulting large VHF white spaces are being reallocated for the worldwide (except the U.S.) digital radio standard Digital Audio Broadcasting|DAB and DAB+, and Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB.

Digital television – Reception

Other standards, such as Digital multimedia broadcasting (DMB) and DVB-H, have been devised to allow handheld devices such as mobile phones to receive TV signals

Mobile television

British Telecom|BT in the United Kingdom was the among the first companies outside South Korea to launch Mobile TV in September 2006, although the service was abandoned less than a year later.ZDnet: [http://news.zdnet.co.uk/communications/0,1000000085,39288247,00.htm BT ditches mobile TV service], 26 July 2007 The same happened to MFD Mobiles Fernsehen Deutschland, who launched their Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB-based service June 2006 in Germany, and stopped it in April 2008.Broadband TV news: [http://www.broadbandtvnews.com/?p=4682 MFD hands back German T-DMB licence], May 1, 2008 Also in June 2006, mobile operator 3 in Italy (part of Hutchison Whampoa) launched their mobile TV service, but opposed to their counterpart in Germany this was based on DVB-H.The Register: [http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/07/28/dvbh_success_in_italy/ DVB-H rockets ahead in Italy], 28 July 2006 Sprint started offering the service in February 2006 and was the first US carrier to offer the service

Mobile television – Mobile TV standards

*Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|T-DMB (Terrestrial Digital Multimedia Broadcast)ndash;#32;South Korea

EMBMS – Competing technologies

Main competing technologies of MBMS include DVB-H/DVB-T, DVB-SH, Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB, ESM-Digital Audio Broadcasting|DAB, and MediaFLO

List of digital television deployments by country

Not all countries are compatible within each standard DVB-T, ATSC (North America), Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB (China), ISDB (of which there are two incompatible variations used in Japan and South America respectively)

List of digital television deployments by country – South Korea (Republic of Korea)

For more details see Digital Multimedia Broadcasting.

Digital Audio Broadcasting – DMB

Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB) and DAB-IP are suitable for mobile radio and TV both because they support MPEG 4 AVC and WMV9 respectively as video codecs. However, a DMB video subchannel can easily be added to any DAB transmission, as it was designed to be carried on a DAB subchannel. DMB broadcasts in Korea carry conventional MPEG 1 Layer II DAB audio services alongside their DMB video services.

Digital Multimedia Broadcasting

‘Digital Multimedia Broadcasting’ (‘DMB’) is a digital radio transmission technology developed in South Korea as part of the national information technology|IT project for sending multimedia such as TV, radio and datacasting to mobile devices such as mobile phones, laptops and GPS navigation systems

S-DMB

‘S-DMB’ (‘Satellite-DMB’) is a hybrid version of the Digital Multimedia Broadcasting. The S-DMB uses the S band (2170-2200MHz) of IMT-2000. and delivers around 18 channels at 128 kbit/s in 15MHz. It incorporates a high power geostationary satellite, the MBSat 1. For outdoor and light indoor coverage is integrated with a terrestrial repeater (low power gap-filler) network for indoor coverage in urban areas.

Digital Radio Mondiale – DRM+

Wider bandwidth channels are used, which allows radio stations to use higher bit rates, thus providing higher audio quality. A 100kHz DRM+ channel has sufficient capacity to carry one low-definition 0.7 megabit/s wide mobile TV channel: it would be feasible to distribute mobile TV over DRM+ rather than Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB or DVB-H.

MPEG-1 Audio Layer II – MPEG Audio

In the late 1980s, International Organization for Standardization|ISO’s Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) started an effort to standardize digital audio and video encoding, expected to have a wide range of applications in digital radio and TV broadcasting (later Digital audio broadcasting|DAB, Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB, Digital video broadcasting|DVB), and use on CD-ROM (later Video CD).[http://mpeg.chiariglione.org/meetings/kurihama89/kurihama_press.htm Kurihama 89 press release]

Stereo – Radio

DAB is extended to video, and the new format is called Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB.

MPEG-4 Part 3 – BSAC

The AAC-BSAC codec is used in Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB) applications.

List of Korean inventions and discoveries – IT

*Digital Multimedia Broadcasting: The technology was developed in South Korea.Grzegorz Iwacz, Andrzej Jajszczyk, Michal Zajaczkowski. Multimedia Broadcasting and Multicasting in Mobile Networks. John Wiley Sons, 2008

List of Korean inventions and discoveries – IT

*Digital Mobile TV: By developing Digital Multimedia Broadcasting, Korea became the first nation in the world to introduce moble television.Myung Oh, James Larson. Digital Development in Korea: Building an Information Society. Taylor Francis, 2011

Dynamic Resolution Adaptation

‘Dynamic Resolution Adaptation’ (‘DRA’) is an Digital audio|audio encoding specification developed by DigiRise Technology. It has been selected as the Chinese national audio coding standard [http://www.interfax.com/4/488956/news.aspx China selects DRA as national audio coding standard] (Interfax, 07:33 GMT, Apr 20, 2009) and also suitable for China Multimedia Mobile Broadcasting and DVB-H as extensively addressed in the International Journal of Digital Multimedia Broadcasting.

KMPlayer – The Future of KMPlayer

Also, by using KMP’s Device connecting function, you will be able to use DMB(Digital Multimedia Broadcasting) service even at countries where it’s not being provided using the N-Screen Service through a variety of different kind of Mobile Devices if you use the TV reception card via 3G or Wi-Fi, at anywhere/anytime.

Low-definition television – Teleconferencing LDTV

Upcoming sources of LDTV using standard broadcasting techniques include mobile TV services powered by DVB-H, Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB, or ATSC-M/H. However, this kind of LDTV transmission technology is based on existent LDTV teleconferencing standards that have been in place for a decade or more.

Mobile Content Venture

British Telecom|BT in the United Kingdom was the among the first companies outside South Korea to launch Mobile TV in September 2006, although the service was abandoned less than a year later.ZDnet: [http://news.zdnet.co.uk/communications/0,1000000085,39288247,00.htm BT ditches mobile TV service], 26 July 2007 The same happened to MFD Mobiles Fernsehen Deutschland, who launched their Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB-based service June 2006 in Germany, and stopped it in April 2008.Broadband TV news: [http://www.broadbandtvnews.com/?p=4682 MFD hands back German T-DMB licence], May 1, 2008 Also in June 2006, mobile operator 3 in Italy (part of Hutchison Whampoa) launched their mobile TV service, but opposed to their counterpart in Germany this was based on DVB-H.The Register: [http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/07/28/dvbh_success_in_italy/ DVB-H rockets ahead in Italy], 28 July 2006 Sprint started offering the service in February 2006 and was the first US carrier to offer the service

All-Channel Receiver Act – Broadcast radio

All three use Property|proprietary systems, and there have been no considerations to require the inclusion of open standards like FMeXtra, DRM+, DAB+ or Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB, which are compatible anywhere outside of the United States

Countries using DAB/DMB

The radio technology known as Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB or DAB+), and its TV sibling, Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB), is being operated in several regions worldwide, either in the form of full commercial services, or as feasibility studies

Countries using DAB/DMB – South Africa

MobileTV PTY performed technical tests of DMB (Digital Multimedia Broadcasting) and DAB+ in Gauteng from August 2011 until the end of July 2013 and plans to expand trials in South Africa

Seoul Metropolitan Subway

It is notable for its cleanliness and ease of use along with advanced technology such as 4G LTE, WiFi, Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB, and WiBro accessible in all stations and moving subway cars

Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation

It has provided terrestrial digital TV service in the ATSC format since 2001, and T-DMB (Digital Multimedia Broadcasting) service since 2005.

SK Teletech

The company’s current services include NATE, a wired and wireless integrated multi-Internet service, June, a multimedia service, MONETA, a financial service, Telematic service such as NATE Drive and even Digital Home service. In 2004, SK Telecom launched Hanbyul, the world’s first DMB satellite. The carrier currently provides satellite Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB to its subscribers through its subsidiary TU Media Corp.

SK Group – History

In 2004, SK Telecom enabled satellite Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB service by deploying the world’s first DMB satellite

Digital radio in the United Kingdom – Digital Multimedia Broadcasting

In 2006, National Grid Wireless carried out a technical trial of Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|T-DMB and DAB-IP on the Stoke Stafford (DAB Multiplex)|Stoke Stafford (formerly UTV-EMAP/Bauer Stoke) ensemble. The trial assessed the reception qualities of both technologies in urban and rural areas as well as the Telematics|mobile television and radio services which could be delivered.

Melon Music Awards – 2009

** Y-Star (also via Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB)

Melon Music Awards – 2010

** MBC Every 1 (also via Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB)

Samsung SPH-B5200

‘Samsung SPH-B5200’ is a gaming phone introduced by Samsung in March 2006 at CeBIT. It features a 2.0-inch LCD color display, a 2.0-megapixel camera and a Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB receiver for mobile television. It was primarily desgined for video games experience with its 3D graphics chip and features two D-Pads and a 3 wide-screen display.

Samsung SCH-B450

‘Samsung SCH-B450’ is a gaming phone released by Samsung in July 2006 in South Korea. It features a 2.2-inch TFT-LCD display (portrait/landscape modes), a 2.0-megapixel camera, a Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB receiver for mobile television and 3D-gaming capabilities. It was primarily desgined for video games playing experience.

Channel 3 (Thailand) – History

In 2013, TV3 is going to change Digital terrestrial television|DTT signal from Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB-T to Digital Video Broadcasting|DVB-T and broadcast in two channels, one in SD and one in HD. Currently, TV3 broadcast SD only.

Arirang (TV network) – Milestones

* 1 September 2005: Satellite digital multimedia broadcasting begun

Arirang (TV network) – Milestones

* 1 December 2005: Terrestrial digital multimedia broadcasting begun

Arirang (TV network) – Milestones

* 1 September 2005: SDMB (satellite digital multimedia broadcasting) launched; broadcast day extended to 24 hours

Samsung SCH-B550

‘Samsung SCH-B550’ is a gaming phone released by Samsung in 2006 in South Korea. It features a 2.5-inch folding LCD display, a 2.0-megapixel camera and a Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB receiver for mobile television. It was primarily desgined for video games with 3D-gaming capabilities and features a joypad.

Seoul Broadcasting System

It has provided terrestrial digital TV service in the ATSC format since 2001, and T-DMB (Digital Multimedia Broadcasting) service since 2005

Seoul Broadcasting System – History

Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB) was introduced in 2005.

Contemporary culture of South Korea – Cellular phones

Many South Korean phones feature TV broadcasting through Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB), which now carries seven TV channels. Over one million DMB phones have been sold and providers like KT (telecommunication company)|KT and SK Telecom have provided coverage throughout many parts of major cities.

1 Night 2 Days – Broadcast

U-KBS HERAT, a Digital Multimedia Broadcasting|DMB, a digital radio transmission technology developed by South Korea, channel aired the show daily from Monday to Friday at 8:00 p.m

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