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This document specifies a recommended interface (the "AES/EBU" interface) for the serial digital transmission of two channels of periodically sampled and linearly represented digital audio data. This is the third edition of Tech 3250.
This report assesses whether or not it would be worthwhile to introduce Spectral Band Replication (SBR) in the existing Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) system.
Most countries in Western Europe are now making progress towards Analogue Switch-Off (ASO). In order to better understand these developments, the EBU SIS together with DigiTAG have published this report entitled Analogue Switch-off Strategies in Western Europe.
The purpose of this document is to provide manufacturers and system designers with a definitive view of the Metadata requirements for non-tape-based camcorders being used in a production environment.
This document discusses the spectrum availability, the technical limitations and advantages of using television Band I (47 - 68 MHz). Future uses for the band are postulated
The purpose of this document is to propose some guidance to broascasters as to how it would be possible to avoid excessive quality degradation in practical operations in a typical broadcasting chain that contains a number of different audio compression and decompression schemes (codecs).
Recommendation proselytising EBU Tech 3299, which sets out user requirements and parameters for HDTV production systems corresponding to 720p/50, 1080i/25, 1080p/25 and 1080p/50.
This recommendation sets out the constraints thought necessary when using consumer DV camcorders for professional programme acquisition.
Recommendation setting out the user requirements for non-tape based recorders for broadcast production of standard definition television. It is nevertheless intended that these requirements will also apply (with minor modification) to HD equipment.
Information that was intended to assist broadcasters with their submissions of broadcasting requirements to the RRC-06 in 2006.