DVB-T2 - opšta tema
#31
Quote:MAIN FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS:
Fully DVB-T compliant
Fully compliant MPEG-4, MHEG-5 & H.264
Fully compliant MPEG-1 Layer I & II, Dolby Digital Audio & HE-AAC Digital Audio
8M Flash & 128MB DDR2 SDRAM

576i/576p/720p/1080i video formats supported
Aspect ratio 16:9 and 4:3
Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
Teletext/Subtitle Software upgrade via USB
Timer function
Dimensions: 340 x 250 x 60mm approx.



Output Connections :
* HDMI,
* Component,
* RCA
* S-Video
* Optical S/PDIF
* Newwork port
* RF in/RF out

Još ako pušta .mkv, za 110€ je ovo džabe, ali biće drastično jeftinijih modela!
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#32
Quote:Russia to consider DVB-T2
Published: 08.49 Europe/London, April 1, 2011 by Chris Dziadul
Russia’s Ministry of Communications is looking into the possibility of employing the DVB-T2 standard for its upcoming DTT multiplexes. Pilot zones may be set up in a number of locations as soon as this May, with a final decision on the adoption of the standard being taken by the end of the year.
Comnews reports that one proposal is for these zones to be in Moscow, Sochi, Kazan and possibly Kaliningrad, and another in Siberia, the southern federal district and close to Moscow, in the latter case taking into account different climatic conditions.

Russia’s transition to digital broadcasting is now well under way, although it is increasingly felt in the local industry that it will not meet its 2015 ASO target date. Switching to DVB-T2 is likely to have an impact on the formation of the second and third DTT multiplexes.

Yuri Pripachkin, the president of the Russian cable association AKTR, has said he believes the general uncertainty over the transition to digital broadcasting in Russia is likely to benefit the country’s pay-TV market.

He predicts that by 2015, 60% of viewers will receive cable services (the current figure is around 40%), 30% DTH, IPTV or wireless and only 10% terrestrial TV.
http://www.broadbandtvnews.com/2011/04/0...er-dvb-t2/
“Obrazovana osoba je naučila da se informacija gotovo uvek objavljuje da bi u najboljem slučaju bila nekompletna; vrlo često je netačna, služi usmeravanju u pogrešnom pravcu, neretko izmišljena, neiskrena je ili – sasvim pogrešna.”
Russell Wayne Baker
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#33
Ma daj. To je prvoaprilska šala.
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#34
Sinoć sam sanjao da je cena DVB-T2 prijemnika u Britaniji pala na oko 20-30 funti. Čudni su ti snovi. Inače cena Godmansovog prijemnika je pre oko mesec dana skočila na 70 funti.
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#35
Nisi sanjao. :D

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#36
BoskoIgich,što duže spavaj da nam prijemnici budu što jeftiniji. :D
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#37
Ukrajinci raspisali konkurs za kanale koji će popuniti četiri DVB-T2 multipleksa:

http://www.broadbandtvnews.com/2011/03/2...or-dvb-t2/
http://www.broadbandtvnews.com/2011/04/1...t-contest/
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#38
lako je za njih, kod nas bez obnove porušenih stubova nece vrijediti nista
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#39
Austrijanci na leto raspisuju konkurs za kanale koji će popuniti dva nova DVB-T2 multipleksa:

http://www.broadbandtvnews.com/2011/05/0...ltiplexes/
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#40
Na tržište izbačena twin tuner PC kartica za PCI-Express x1 slot sa podrškom za HD DVB-T2 i DVB-C. Cena 122 € (110 £). Utisci na testu nisu najsjajniji.

http://www.techradar.com/reviews/pc-mac/...s&attr=all
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