DAB-IP decision gives us lead in mobile TV, says BT Movio

February 2007
Electronics Weekly;2/21/2007, Issue 2276, p8
Trade Publication
The article offers information about technological innovations introduced by BT Movio in the field of mobile televisions. The company has employed techniques like digital audio broadcast and internet protocol for the same. According to the company's marketing director,Dominic Strowbridge, the move will give BT an edge over other rival companies in the field.


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