10.20.2003 12:00 PM
Nera intros DTV Mobile Receiver

Nera ASA, a Norway-based manufacturer of wireless telecommunications equipment, has introduced a mobile DTV receiver. Nera DVB-T Mobile Receiver makes live broadcast TV available to viewers anywhere, whether they are on the move or in one place.



The Nera DVB-T Mobile Receiver is a compact and rugged unit, with an automatic configuration utility.

The Nera DVB-T Mobile Receiver is a compact and rugged unit, with an automatic configuration utility. It supports DVB subtitling and stereo/mono audio. Among the standard equipment is the remote sensor cable, which allows the unit to be installed anywhere on a vessel or vehicle. Different antenna solutions will be available. Most screens used in boats or vehicles for map plotting or GPS can also be used for TV viewing.

The Nera DVB-T Mobile Receiver enables access to flicker-free live broadcast TV even in a car, bus or boat moving at high speed. Similar Nera receivers have been installed in commercial buses in Singapore. The product was developed by Nera’s subsidiary Nera Telecommunications in Singapore, and is currently being introduced in Europe.

For more information, visit Nera ASA.

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