The DTG has published the latest version of the D-Book, the only universally deployed technical standards for TV and digital terrestrial television (DTT) in the UK. The D-Book is updated annually with the collaboration of industry, underpinning Freeview, YouView, Freesat, EE TV, BT TV and TalkTalk TV.
D-Book 11 changes and updates include:
Richard Lindsay-Davies, CEO of the DTG said; DTG has been specifying every television in the market for more than two decades, ensuring viewers enjoy a world-class experience. The pace of change and complexity for our industry increases every year, with PSB prominence and new technologies being discussed in Parliament. It is now more important than ever that industry collaborates to sustain the delivery of cutting technology with the levels of performance, quality, resilience and universality they expect from UK television. Bridging the old with the new and delivering a world-leading television experience for consumers wherever they are, on whatever device
Guy North, Managing Director, Freeview said; In an increasingly complex market, the Freeview trademarks continue to provide consumers with the reassurance that they are purchasing a high-quality product. The D-Book ensures that all devices conforming to the new specification, and that carry the Freeview brand, will deliver consumers the very best viewing experience.
D-Book 11 offers some major updates over D-Book 10 and the DTG team thanks all who have contributed. The D-Book 11 is available to DTG Members for FREE and can be downloaded from here. Non-DTG Members can purchase the D-Book for 50,000.
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