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Samsung Creates Multiband Mobile TV Chipset

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Jun 28, 2007, 8:32 AM   by (staff)

A new chipset from Samsung supports several different digital standards, including DVB-H/T, DAB-IP, ISDB-T, and terrestrial DMB. By incorporating all these bands into a single chip, users will be able to switch between different broadcasting services while using the same application. A decoder on the chip converts the analog signal to digital to watch and listen on the handset. The tuner supports UHF, VHF, and L-band. It will be released in Europe and Asia first, but will eventually be incorporated into handsets bound for the U.S.

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stoopered

Jun 28, 2007, 11:16 AM

Samsung

I wish they'd get more specific with what this will do for phone users in the US. It's nice to see that samsung is progressing in all areas! The SSD is already ready for near future products.
my understanding of this will allow you to watch local analog broadcasts on your cell phone. kinda like rabit ears on your tv would.

I might be way off on that but that is my understanding of it.
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sangyup81

Jun 28, 2007, 2:07 PM

Thought this was funny (in the full article)

"Between 60% and 85% of people who experienced video on a handset enjoyed it, according to Research and Markets. The biggest reason is boredom."

hahaha Laughing
sangyup81 said:
"Between 60% and 85% of people who experienced video on a handset enjoyed it, according to Research and Markets. The biggest reason is boredom."

hahaha Laughing


Well, that is kinda true...if you're...
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