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From 17 June 2015, the Mobile Service will have a co-primary status with the Broadcasting Service in the 790 - 862 MHz sub-band. This is a status report on those European countries that will allow an earlier introduction of mobile services in this sub-band.
There is an increasing demand for surround sound in broadcast, downloaded and streamed material. Bandwidth restrictions result in the need for audio coding at lower bit-rates. The D/MAE group has assessed various multichannel audio systems. This Phase 3 report compares cascaded MCA codecs.
MPEG-2 has long been the reference compression system for broadcast applications. JPEG2000 and H.264/AVC are emerging in contribution systems. This report describes tests performed on these systems and gives guidance on their performance.
Radio broadcasting has existed on AM and FM networks for many decades. Digitization of broadcasting and the impressive development of the Internet may fundamentally change radio broadcasting. This report provides an overview of the strategic decisions to be taken by broadcasters concerning the future of radio.
This is the third issue of tech-i, the EBU TECHNICAL department quarterly magazine which include the following articles such as: the New EBU Technical structure, loudness awareness, eco displays, tapeless environments, CES report, HIPs, seminar news & diary.
This Technical Report discusses the issues of HDTV image formats from a technical and objective point of view, debunking the popular first impression that a higher number (1080 > 720) systematically infers a better quality.
The TS-DF algorithm can be used as a tool to measure IP network jitter and its cumulative effect for video and audio streaming. This algorithm is suitable for use with MPEG-TS over IP, voice over IP, and uncompressed video (e.g. SDI) over IP.
This document defines the basic image formats and digital sampling systems for High Definition (HD) television production applications in the European (EBU) 50 Hz environment.