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RadioScape upgrades Professional Broadcast System

Posted: 27 Sep 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:RadioScape? Professional Broadcast System? Version5.1? Digital Audio Broadcasting? Mobile TV?

RadioScape's Professional Broadcast System

RadioScape, a specialist in digital multimedia head-end and receiver technology, has launched the latest version of its Professional Broadcast System. Version 5.1 has a new suite of functionality to directly address the latest Mobile TV and advanced data transmission requirements, enabling DAB technologies to form the basis for new and exciting business opportunities, according to the company, capitalizing on the availability of suitable spectrum in many countries.

New features of the upgraded Professional Broadcast System include Enhanced Packet Mode data used to deliver DAB-IP services, support for third-party Conditional Access systems, advanced Electronic Programme Guide (EPG), and the ability to support Asian language labels, DLS and data carousels.

"We have worked very closely with customers to ensure that we are first to deliver support for all the functionality they need to deliver when rolling-out the next-generation of Mobile TV services," said Nick Banks, product manager for digital broadcasting infrastructure at RadioScape. "In particular, the inclusion of support for secure Conditional Access to content has been identified as a key requirement for viable and successful business models. Naturally, we have also included features to enhance user experience such as support for multibyte character sets and EPGs."

RadioScape's broadcast solution for DAB and Mobile TV has been installed in over 75 live systems worldwide and has been used in numerous broadcast trials.

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