One mobile TV standard for Europe, says Alcatel

Reynolds, Melanie
November 2006
Electronics Weekly;11/8/2006, Issue 2264, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that Alcatel SA has asked for a common standard for mobile TV. According to the company, DVB-SSP (digital video broadcasting-satellite services for portable devices) provides the universal coverage. This band is currently available across all of Europe. The standard is gathering considerable support, with Samsung Electronics being the latest to announce it would develop DVB-SSP compatible handsets.


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