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T-DMB, DVB-H, and MediaFLO are cellular/broadcasting network based terrestrial technologies and S-DMB, DVB-SH, and CMMB are satellite technologies.
MediaFlo uses the range frequency 470 MHz-800 MHz from UHF band and the range of frequency 1452-1492 MHz from L band, getting a band width about 5, 6, 7 and 8 MHz.
The MediaFLO services platform enables the broadcast delivery of high-quality mobile entertainment and information to the mass market.
The companies said that MediaFLO network will broadcast both at the show venue and throughout the city of Barcelona to showcase the high-quality mobile TV coverage and performance MediaFLO technology delivers in a range of geographic environments.
Real-time user presence, referrals & chat - viewers can see when their friends are watching MediaFLO, invite them to watch programs and chat with them
Nokia patents are at the core of MediaFLO and BREW technologies, for example in ensuring the broadcast quality of service within MediaFLO and in enabling the download of applications with BREW.
MediaFLO runs its service across 6 MHz of bandwidth in the 700 MHz range of UHF channel 55.
MediaFLO, a Qualcomm service, has already looked into beaming television channels to cell phones in Brazil and Mexico.
MediaFLO certainly takes an innovative approach to streaming: its plan to deliver television content to cell phones doesn't use the ceil network at all; it uses UHF because cellular networks are built for point-to-point communication, not one-to-many--essential for a streaming business.
MediaFlo TV in the US searches out Internet sports clips with a computer and then uses BrightEye Mitto to output those clips to HD SDI video.
MediaFLO USA, a provider of a digital TV service and a wholly owned subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated (Nasdaq: QCOM), announced on Thursday (8 January) that the company plans to make its FLO TV available to over 200 million consumers across more than 100 markets in 2009.
At present, there are three large families of mobile TV technologies in Europe: digital transmission networks and their extension (DVB-H, the MediaFLO technology developed by the US firm Qualcomm and DMB, a South Korean technology), MBMS (Multimedia Broadcast/Multicast Service, based on UMTS for third-generation phones) and a hybrid satellite/land-based system, such as DVB-SH.