The first ever showing of DVB-C2 delivering 4k video is part of a three-way demonstration of 4k at IFA in Berlin.
Kabel Deutschland has launched a dedicated trial in Berlin, Hamburg and Munich of the next generation DVB-C2 standard. The operator is testing the technology on Channel 4 (794MHz) running TV channels in DVB-C2.
CABLE CONGRESS – BRUSSELS. Arris is teaming up with German cable operator Kabel Deutschland and Sony for a live demonstration of DVB-C2 broadcast and VOD delivery at next week’s Cable Congress in Brussels.
Sisvel is to create a patent licensing program for the next-generation DVB-C2 standard after a request from a group of patent owners.
Transmission tests on the second generation cable system DVB-C2 have been successfully completed by Kabel Deutschland in Berlin, just five months after its publication by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI). During the tests DVB-C2 modulated HDTV signals were transmitted on channel D562 alongside analogue and digital services on a fully loaded Berlin cable network. […]
The first live transmissions of the second generation cable standard DVB-C2 have taken place in Germany. The initial transmissions were made at the Technische Universitaet Braunschweig on April 22 and followed up this week by a public demonstration at ANGA Cable in Cologne.
ANGA Cable 2010: Stand E49 The ReDeSign Project demonstrates the world’s first public DVB-C2 live transmission at ANGA Cable 2010.
IBC 2009 – Amsterdam. Virgin Media’s director of technical strategy Kevin Baughan has told Broadband TV News that it makes sense for the cable industry to sign up to the new DVB-C2 technology. However, the UK cablenet has no plans to join the nine operators that have publically declared their support for the technology.