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DVD

Digital versatile disk, digital video disk Informatics An optical disk capable of storing ≥ 4 GB of audiovisual data. Cf CD.
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For companies operating in DTV Science Park, fall in oil prices have direct impact on their bottom line and consequently their R&D and technology development activities are downsized.
There are three main DTV families of standards that are being or have already been deployed all over the world:
Co-developer of the technology at the heart of the Mobile DTV standard, LG began mass production of the critical component for Mobile DTV reception - the LG2160A integrated circuit (IC) chip - in June 2009.
Coalition prexy Brandon Burgess acknowledges that rights are "a murky subject." Burgess, who is also CEO of Ion Media Networks, which owns 59 stations and operates the Ion network, has been a major force in pushing broadcasters to embrace the potential of mobile DTV.
"DTV will grow an average of 12 per cent year-on-year, with particularly strong adoption in the near term as broadcasters terminate analogue terrestrial television," says Chris Khouri, analyst for media and broadcasting at Datamonitor and the report's author.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) offers DTV fact sheets and coupon applications at www.DTV2009.gov / 888-388-2009 / 877-DTV-4ME2.
Swedish media group Modern Times Group MTG AB (MTG) announced on Tuesday (11 March) that it has agreed to sell its Russian free-to-air television network DTV Group to the Russian independent television broadcaster CTC Media Inc (Nasdaq: CTCM) in a USD395m cash deal.
* Unmatched performance on key analog demodulation benchmarks, which are essential for the successful rollout of hundreds of millions of high quality hybrid (analog and digital) television platforms required by the DTV transition across Europe and Asia.
A DTV landing at night requires a heightened situational awareness due to limited visual references to the runway during landing.
consumers will likely upgrade their old televisions due to the pending broadcasting switch from analog to Digital Television (DTV) by the Federal Communications Commission.
This volume is a welcome and highly useful collection of informative and thought provoking papers, whose assembly was prompted by a conference on Digital Television (DTV) hosted by Waseda University in Japan.