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The DTG hosting 6th UHD Plugfest in collaboration with the German TV Platform
01 March 2017
The DTG & the Deutsche TV-Platform Ultra HD Plugfests will provide a controlled environment for the AV industry to check the interoperability of their devices. This helps the industry to improve the QoE for customers. UHD Plugfests have been proving beneficial for the TV industry as they bring internationally renowned AV players together to work on the interoperability of UHD devices (iDTV, STBs, AVRs) with new technologies in the UHD world. The DTG and the German TV platform will be continuing the trend of Plugfest by focussing on HDR and HDMI 2.0a/b, 2.1/HDCP 2.2 interoperability of UHD devices (iDTV, STBs, AVRs), and will also cover SDR/HDR, and HD/UHD format switching as well as Next Generation Audio.
This Plugfest is open to all DTG, DTVP members and other interested parties. It will run over a period of 2 1/2 days.
Those who wish to participate with their UHD receivers (TVs, STBs or AVRs), content and test equipment should complete the Registration Form by 2nd June 2017 and Participant Agreement by 9th June 2017.
The test plan and full schedule will be circulated following this date. For any further queries or information on the Plugfest, please get in touch with David Daniels email@example.com or Stephan.Heimbecher@sky.de.
Date: 27th, 28th and 29th June 2017
Venue: The DTG, 5th Floor, 89 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7TP, UK
Who: Free for all DTG & DTVP. Non-members may participate or attend by paying to register for the event. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
A decade ago: Ofcom to consult on Sky DTT in the autumn
Ofcom says it will conduct a consultation on proposals from BSkyB and its digital terrestrial multiplex partner National Grid Wireless (NGW) to replace three free-to-view channels with pay-TV services on the UK's digital terrestrial television (DTT) platform. Ofcom said the 10-week consultation was expected to be launched in the autumn "provided there are no further delays in the conclusion of outstanding technical and commercial issues between the applicants". A statement would then be published early next year.
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DTG TESTING OFFERS FREEVIEW PLAY CONFORMANCE TESTING
DTG Testing, the industry’s not-for-profit test centre, is now a one-stop-shop for Freeview Play Conformance. Any combination of the following elements is now available:
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• Metadata Delivery & Presentation Testing
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