04.14.2006 11:08 AM
Grass Valley to present two DVB-H papers at engineering conference

At the NAB2006 Broadcast Engineering Conference, several industry experts from Grass Valley will present real-world case studies in mobile video applications and how to build out an infrastructure capable of broadcasting audio and video via the DVB-H terrestrial transmission standard to portable devices.

Among the DVB-H presentations at the NAB2006 Broadcast Engineering Conference are:

  • “Delivering Television to Handheld Devices: A Technology Tutorial,” 2- 2:30 p.m., April 24, at LVCC Room S227. The IEEE/BTS track will include a paper entitled “Using Broadcast Standards for Handheld Devices: A DVB-H System Architecture” presented by Brett Jenkins.
  • “Viewers on the Move,” 11:30 a.m. – noon April 25 at LVCC Room S221. Richard Lhermitte and Jean Macher will jointly present “Bringing Video Content to Wireless Subscribers: the Need for a Mobile TV Service Platform.”

For more information visit www.nabshow.com.

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