Privacy Policy

We want our users to always be aware of any information we collect, how we use it, and under what circumstances, if any, we disclose it.

Information Collection and Use

We respect each site visitor's right to personal privacy. To that end, we collect and use information throughout our website only as disclosed in this Privacy Policy. This statement applies solely to information we collected on this website.

For each visitor to our website, our web server automatically recognizes certain information regarding the domain of your Internet Service Provider. This information is used in by our web server log analysis software to help us better our website. No information is collected that identifies you individually.

The information we collect is:

  • used to improve the content of our website.
  • used to share announcements with our visitors via email.
  • never shared with other organizations for commercial purposes.

This site may collect cookies.

Registration is not required to enter our site. In order to use this website, visitors and/or members are not required to complete any registration form.

Notification of Changes

If we decide to change our privacy policy, we will post those changes to this privacy policy statement.

Contact Information

If site users have any questions or suggestions regarding our privacy policy, please contact us.

DVB-T2

DVB-T2 is a digital terrestrial transmission specification developed by the DVB Project. It is the most advanced such specification in the world and introduces the latest modulation and coding (and demodulation and decoding) techniques to enable highly efficient use of valuable terrestrial spectrum for the delivery of audio, video and data services to fixed, portable and mobile devices. DVB-T2 is not designed to replace DVB-T; rather the two standards will coexist in many markets for many years. Much of the intellectual property essential to the DVB-S2 standard is also essential to the DVB-T2 standard.

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DVB-C2

In 2007, a study mission of the DVB Project identified some possible technologies which could be considered as alternatives for improving the existing DVB-C standard. The 57th meeting of the DVB Steering Board has now approved the DVB-C2 Commercial Requirements and a Call for Technologies for DVB-C2. IPR essential to DVB-S2 is likely to be incorporated into the DVB-C2 standard.

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