Siano Mobile Silicon, who enables mobile devices to receive digital TV, went into receivership last month after burning through $112 mio of capital. Siano along with i-mobile, launched the world’s first DVB-T2 smartphone and tablet in 2014.
Monday, 22 February 2016 07:12

Tough year ahead for Digital TV in Thailand

Although Thailand’s Broadcasting Commission (NBTC) handed out 13.5 million free digital TV coupons to Thai households in 2014 and 2015, only 8.5 million redeemed the coupons.
Delivery Technologies and Business Models for Mobile Television Services, is a regional seminar jointly organized by Thailand’s National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) and the International Telecommunication Union Asia-Pacific (ITU)
It has been a year and a month since I wrote “Is DAB the future or already part of the past for Thai Radio Broadcasting?” Since then, interesting updates have taken place in other countries, and now, as Thailand’s national broadcast and telecom regulator (NBTC) once again has decided to open the door for their radio frequency plan, it is time to revisit reality.
Monday, 08 December 2014 03:56

Smart Classroom of Tomorrow - Today

In the remote areas of Thailand, schools often face Internet connectivity issues. Quality of educational process depends on continuous and bidirectional communication. Without connectivity and communication, the learning approach reverts to the old model of independent study, in which the students becomes autonomous and isolated, and tends to drops out.
Friday, 05 December 2014 01:34

DVB-T2 Lite vs. DAB+ for Digital Radio

At Thailand’s Engineering Expo 2014, Mr. Kenneth Wenzel from Open Channel in Denmark shared the experiences gained, from being the world’s first to deploy and trial digital radio based on the new DVB-T2 profile T2-Base-Lite. The presentation proved the superiority and robustness of T2 Lite for digital radio, instead of DAB+, which is widely regarded as obsolete today.
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