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Topic # 23092 17-Jun-2008 20:10
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Hi,

Are the Freeview DVB-T receiver required specifications published anywhere on their website? I've had a look but can't find them. Or does anyone know where else I could find them.

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  Reply # 138827 17-Jun-2008 21:08
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The information is available on request from freeview themselves, but is not for re-distibution.




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  Reply # 138918 18-Jun-2008 10:03
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Highlights are DVB-T over UHF.  Mpeg 4 and HE-AAC audio are the big differences.  Most digital tv (both sat and terrestrial) around the world is mpeg2. 

Haven't seen the official tech specs.  I thought they would have been made easily available once the system was up and running officially.  Their website is quite crayonish but I suppose the focus is on buying one of the accredited boxes though.


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