IPTV multimedia services and applications for IPTV –IPTV terminal devices: Basic model
To prepare International Standard for the functionalities of the IPTV terminal devices for IPTV basic services over an IP-based network, such as a dedicated content delivery network as well as an open environement, which takes into consideration conditions on content delivery such as QoS. The expected types of terminal devices are set-top boxes and digital TV sets with embedded IPTV capabilities.
Mr M. Kawamori
Ms U. Haltrich
Dr M. Kawamori
ITU-T SG 16
PT 63122 Ed.1.0
Smart television –
Part 1: Conceptual model for smart television
Part 2: Framework of integrated service on smart television
This technical report specifies the service pattern conceptual model and standardized demand of smart television, illustrates the terms, definitions and abbreviations of smart television, and describes service reference model of smart television, reference model of service pattern as well as interfaces between various platforms.
Specification of the radio data system (RDS) for VHF/FM sound broadcasting in the frequency range from 64,0 MHz to 108,0 MHz
Part 1: RDS system: Modulation characteristics and baseband coding
Part 2: RDS message format, coding and definition of RDS features
Part 3: Coding and registration of Open Data Applications ODAs
Part 4: Registered code tables
Part 5: Marking of RDS and RDS2 devices
Part 6: Compilation of technical specifications for Open Data Applications in the public domain
Part 7: RBDS
Part 1:This part of IEC 62106 describes the basic layer of the Radio Data System, RDS, intended for application to VHF/FM sound broadcasts in the range 64,0 MHz to 108,0 MHz which may carry either stereophonic (pilot-tone system) or monophonic programmes (as stated in ITU-R Recommendation BS 450-3 and ITU-R Recommendation BS.643-3).
Part 2: This part of IEC 62106 describes the coding and definition of features for the Radio Data System, RDS.
Part 3: This International Standard describes the ODA feature of the Radio Data System (RDS). Open Data Applications are a very effective and flexible way for adding additional applications to an RDS service.
Part 4: This International Standard contains a number of tables for use in the implementation of the RDS system. The tables in the present document are maintained by the RDS Forum Office. The RDS Forum Office applies an easy procedure for registering new values, to ensure that they may be used without the need to change immediately the RDS standard. The procedure for registering a new value in an existing table or the registration of a new table in the present document is described in clause 4.
Part 5: The present document describes receiver profiles and criteria that can be used for marking RDS receiver devices.
Part 6: This International Standard contains the technical specifications for Open Data Applications in the public domain. The present document is maintained by the RDS Forum Office. The RDS Forum Office applies an easy procedure for registering new Open Data Applications, to ensure that they may be used without the need to change the RDS standard. The ODA feature permits defining new applications that can be decoded on a receiver. The receiver must implement the adequate software handler for the specific AID which identifies the application. Receivers that have not implemented the software handler needed for decoding are not effected by ODA data received for any of the applications already defined and specified.
Part 7: RBDS is Radio Broadcast Data System used in North America; it is an RDS variant standardized so far by the US NRSC. It will specify the RDS differences used in North America in relation to IEC 62106-1 to 6.
Part 8: UECP is Universal Encoder Communication Protocol; it is a specification originally created by the EBU and maintained by the RDS Forum. The aim is to set up the RDS encoders for transmission of the required RDS features, specified in IEC 62106-1 to 6. The new version will include the necessary adaptation for RDS2.