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This EBU SIS report summarizes recent market research on PVR penetration and usage, describes the main business models of current PVR deployment, and presents options for Public Service Broadcasters for adapting to the new technology.
This document presents new facts on the development trends of audio technologies and it should serve both as a useful support to companies that have already started with migration to IT and to those who are still hesitating.
This is the second edition of Tech 3263 with editorial revisions from 2006. This document deals with CRT monitors. Please also see Tech 3320 and Tech 3325 for flat panel displays.
This document provides a brief tutorial on the Business Process Modelling Notation (BPMN). It explains the different graphical objects used, so that those not familiar with BPMN can understand a business process diagram.
Power-Line Transmission (PLT) is a means of transmitting data along an existing, ubiquitous infrastructure: mains-electricity wiring. This article tries to explain what the interference threats are and what is or isn't being done about it.
Holography has long held promise as a data storage technology with the potential for vast capacity and high data rates. This articles describes how holographic media could provide a long-awaited solution for broadcast archives.
This article describes the efforts and studies that lay behind the creation of EBU Tech doc. 3311, EBU Guidelines for Multichannel Audio in DVB. This specification was created by the EBU Focus Team B/MCAT (MultiChannel Audio Transmission).
The subjective evaluation of SDTV video codecs necessited an extension to the SAMVIQ methodology. This report contains the evaluation results and commercially unbiased guidance on the codecs' technical suitability.
Professional broadcast equipment must comply with the MXF standards for interoperability across manufacturers' implementations. This report assists and assures EBU members that are planning to introduce MXF.
Fast-action outdoor sports footage, shot by EBU and TPC. The camera used was a Sony HDC1500. Material is available in 1080p/50, 1080i/25 and 720p/50.