2013 CES Mobile TV TechZone Features Latest Consumer Gear, Demonstrations
CARMEL, IND. – Mobile TV returns to CES in January at the Mobile TV
TechZone with new consumer products designed to receive mobile digital TV
broadcasts from local stations.
With more than 130 TV broadcasters now transmitting with Mobile TV signals, the
CES 2013 Mobile TV TechZone will feature services, products, and demonstrations
utilizing the ATSC mobile broadcast standard.
On display in Central Hall 14340 in the Mobile TV TechZone:
The Mobile Content Venture will show the latest products compatible with
Dyle mobile TV, now available throughout the U.S. on the Samsung Lightray phone
from MetroPCS and the Elgato EyeTV Mobile iPad adapter.
The Mobile Emergency Alert System will demonstrate how consumers can
avoid cell phone congestion when information is most critical.
The Mobile500 Alliance plans to showcase its services for the Mobile
iPad and iPhone receiver with its MyDTV application and will feature additional
devices and enhanced functionality at CES in 2013. The Elgato EyeTV Mobile
receiver and app, which debuted at CES in 2012, will continue to offer live
television recording, fully integrated social media and interactive
Mobile TV could also serve as a method for broadcasters to distribute 3D TV
signals, with both stereoscopic signals sent through a single radiofrequency
channel -- with one "eye" using the standard ATSC stream and the
second eye transmitted using the Mobile TV stream. ETRI (the Korean
research institute), LG Electronics, and DTVInteractive will
demonstrate terrestrial broadcast 3D TV in the Mobile TV TechZone.