Archive for the ‘Digital TV part 2’ Category


Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

With further advancements in technology and infrastructure, digital tv will serve us with an experience of watching video world as never seen before. Frankly speaking, it is the infrastructure which has till date restricted the technology to show up its true face and facilitate us with its true nature. So let’s hope for the best and we are going to experience an entirely different face of visual broadcasting.

French wireless HDTV a European first

Saturday, June 20th, 2009

All across France wireless HDTV is starting to be beamed into peoples homes. This is the first country in Europe to offer a wireless HDTV signal to its customer base. On 30 October France will become the first European country to broadcast five programmes via high definition digital terrestrial TV. The spread of high definition reflects the eager expectations of French people who are rapidly buying up high definition TV sets. Over two-thirds of the French population said they are personally looking forward to having HDTV in their homes according to a recent survey.

Why Analog is outdated

Friday, May 22nd, 2009

With the switchover to digital TV in full stride it is easy to wonder what is wrong with Analog in the first place. It has after all served us for many years and we have gotten along just fine with it. The answer lies in the resolution mostly. When you compare analog TV and DVD you can clearly see a big difference in the picture quality. TV broadcasters are already in fear of losing viewer to video on demand like Satellite and the Internet. On the Internet you can frequently find full high resolution videos and the cable companies have to keep up with current market trends. Now with digital TV, resolution can catch up with the rest of the digital world.

DVB World conferences…

Tuesday, May 19th, 2009

DVB World conferences present every year the latest developments in digital broadcasting. As speakers and panellists it features all the leading personalities of the DVB project as well as all those who are directly involved in the pioneering work of standardisation, development and implementation of the various aspects of the DVB — the people at the coalface of the new developments.

DVB World conferences are an event not to be missed by anyone who is seriously involved in the design and implementation of digital broadcasting systems. If you are in digital media, you can’t afford not to attend.