TDtv joins the mobile TV tech race

Tanner, Jonh
January 2006
Wireless Asia;Jan/Feb2006, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p6
The article reports on IPWireless Inc.'s launch of TDtv, a new solution for mobile television that essential combines UMTS TD-CDMA with the 3GPP's Multimedia Broadcast and Multicast Standard under Release 6. With the TDtv, third-generation (3G) telecommunication operators can launch broadcast television for mobile terminals using their existing 3G networks.


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