01.30.2005 08:00 AM
MPEG LA issues revised DVB-T license

MPEG LA has announced a revised DVB-T Patent Portfolio License that covers the DVB-T standard adopted for use in digital terrestrial television broadcasting in Europe, India, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand and other countries.

The licensing organization said the revised license was restructured to be more convenient to licensees in selecting the coverage they want for their DVB-T receivers (e.g., in digital television sets and set-top boxes). Under the revised license, a licensee may select either the same coverage provided by the old license under all essential DVB-T patents at the same royalty of 0.75 euro per product, or a subset of that coverage at a reduced royalty of 0.50 euro per product.

For more information, visit http://www.mpegla.com/dvb.

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