Promotion of ISDB-T worldwide
Promotion of ISDB-T by “DiBEG”
Digital Broadcasting Experts Group (DiBEG) in ARIB promotes ISDB-T all over the world.
Regular Members; 17 (Broadcasters; 6 ¦ Manufactures; 8 ¦ Others; 3)
DiBEG promotes exchange of technical information and international cooperation.
DiBEG provides technical supports for the ISDB-T adopting countries.
Support for the standardization of each adopting country
International technical harmonization through ISDB-T International Forum
The ISDB-T International Forum is structured by the working groups for harmonization of standards related to: Hardware, Interactivity & Middleware, and the Emergency Warning Broadcast System (EWBS), which provides technical support to the ISDB-T adopting countries.
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Technical Harmonization Meeting among the members of ISDB-T International Forum
The Technical Harmonization Meetings of the ISDB-T International Forum have been held among the member countries adopting ISDB-T as their national digital terrestrial TV standard, mainly for the purpose of exchanging information and opinions from technical and engineering viewpoints.
Through the technical harmonization meetings so far held, three Technical Harmonization Documents have been published, compiling the differences in the standards of the member countries in the three categories of Hardware, Interactivity & Middleware and EWBS.
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|Part 1: Hardware||Mar.’12||Nov.’15|
|Part 2: Interactivity & Middleware||Nov.’15||—|
|Part 3: EWBS||May ’13||Nov.’15|
Regular Meeting between ARIB/DiBEG and Brazilian SBTVD Forum
DiBEG (Digital Broadcasting Experts Group) has been promoting ISDB-T internationally, by providing information or extending technical assistance and cooperation on ISDB-T to those countries in need of such services. In the meantime in Brazil, where they adopted ISDB-T first outside Japan, the Forum of SBTVD (Sistema Brasileiro de Televisao Digital) has been active as the entity of Brazilian domestic standardization of ISDB-T. And ARIB/DiBEG and SBTVD Forum have been collaborating in the promotional activities of ISDB-T in the Latin American countries.
- ABNT–ARIB–SBTVD Joint Documents
This document is the result of the joint efforts of the ABNT, ARIB and SBTVD Forum under the standardization and technical cooperation activities of the Brazil-Japan Digital Television Joint Working Group.
The FoBTV (Future of Broadcast Television) is a voluntary organization with 85 members of more than 20 countries of professional broadcasters, standardization organizations, etc., to share and exchange views and opinions on the future of TV broadcasting. They hold regular meetings twice a year; in April during the NAB Show in Las Vegas, and in September during the IBC in Amsterdam.