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Mobile TV Update

Sunday, July 02, 2006

Another day and news of another Mobile TV Trial, this one in Australia. The results once again are encouraging and seemingly identical to the Helsinki Trial results. The technology was DVB-H and it proved to be a hit amongst commuters with sport being the most popular content. Expected as Australia did very well in this World Cup.

But Analysys is offering a word of caution to the Operators. They are enthusiastic about its potential but they are advising the operator to choose a cheaper option till the pricing plans mature. It advocates the adoption of TDtv which does not need any new spectrum for the operators but offers less channels. Orange is already testing the technology.

Positive news from all around!

Previous Posts: Mobile TV Roadblocks.

Tags: Mobile TV DVB-H TDtv Telivision
posted by Rajiv, 2:08 PM


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