10/10/2012

Tektronix IPTV User Guide


Taken from introduction:

The Digital Video Broadcasting Project was founded in 1993. The initial task was to develop a complete suite of digital satellite, cable, and terrestrial broadcasting technologies in one ‘pre-standardization’ body. The DVB Project was formed from broadcasters and equipment manufacturers and made use of ETSI standards for the physical layers, error correction, and transport for each delivery medium.

The cornerstone of the technology was the transport mechanism, the MPEG-2 Transport Stream. This ISO/IEC standards based mechanism defines the syntax and semantics of a bit stream in which packetized digital video and audio are carried, along with the timing mechanisms which allow the signals to be decoded by a set-top box (STB). This work has become the foundation of IPTV systems having provided a well documented and reliable data transport arrangement for the delivery of video over various physical layers.

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