DTT


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DTT

abbreviation for
1. (Broadcasting) digital terrestrial television
2. (Electronics) digital terrestrial television
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The launch of the GOtv Plus bouquet comes at a time when the national broadcaster NBC announced the roll out of phase one of its DTT programme on 01 October.
In May this year Bulgaria's telecom watchdog awarded the license for what will be the country's public service DTT multiplex to Bulsatkom company.
In 2005, Spain decided to subsidise the transition to DTT in certain remote and less urbanized areas (referred to as Area II).
TechNavio's analysts forecast the DTT market in the US to grow at a CAGR of 6.
25) at 10 locations across the Los Angeles Basin, California, and found across seasons the highest correlations between DTT activity and carbonaceous PM (Pearson's R > 0.
Intelsat currently provides proven DTT solutions in Africa, supported by advanced coding and modulation techniques that enable efficient use of bandwidth and improved reception quality, enabling African audiences to enjoy the benefits of digital television.
As the rest of the continent continues the migration to DTT, the power of Intelsat 20 will enable us to efficiently deliver digital services to the largest number of viewers as well as expand our customer base.
By overlaying our data with DTT video, restaurateurs have another tool to ensure their business is performing at optimal levels.
We are close to the 10,000 mark of DTT decoders sold, which will be reached in a few weeks, and the target set for March 2015 is for sales of 20,000 but we anticipate to reach this target by December 2014," concluded Aochamub.
This will be the case for some territories moving to DTT in Asia, as they can deploy second-generation technologies such as DVB-T2 and AVC compression, while countries in other parts of the world that moved earlier will remain for some time with DVB-T.
Spain is to switch from a traditional analogue broadcast system to DTT by April 2010.
The DTT findings revealed a growing awareness of the role the internet plays in so many different aspects of our lives from security to commerce and from transportation to communication.