Doug Lung /
05.01.2009 02:55 PM
Peru Picks Japanese-Brazilian Terrestrial DTV System
As widely expected, Peru officially picked the Brazilian "SBTVD" terrestrial DTV standard. SBTVD is based on the Japanese ISDB-T COFDM format with improvements and modifications to better suit the Brazilian market. The Japanese have incorporated the changes in a version of the ISDB-T standard called "ISDB-T International."

While some stations are expected to begin DTV broadcasting next year, Peru does not plan to shut off analog TV until 2023.



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Posted by: Brian Smith
Fri, 05-29-2009 04:10 PM Report Comment
Some in the Peru bureaucracy are happy to buy a few more houses - payment for this mess. Where corruption is so common, market logic has no real place. A new standard, just for Brazil and Peru... Consumers will be punished for decades with higher prices for TV's. Pathetic.




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