The DVB Project is a consortium
of more than 270 companies dedicated to the design of open, interoperable
standards for digital broadcasting. The DVB Project developed DVB-H
technology based on its successful standard for ditigal terrestrial
The “Broadcast Mobile Convergence
Forum” (bmcoforum) is an international organisation of companies
targeting to shape an open market environment for mobile broadcast
services. bmcoforum coordinated a DVB-H trial in Berlin in 2005.
DigiTAG is an organisation that aims
to encourage and facilitate the implementation and introduction
of DTT services using DVB standards, including DVB-H. DigiTAG has
over 50 members from broadcasting, network operators, regulatory,
and manufacturing organisations throughout Europe and beyond.
The Technical pages of the website
of the EBU (European Broadcasting Union). See in particular the
Publications section for information on DVB-H and mobile TV.
ETSI, the European Telecommunications Standards Institute, is
the body to which DVB sends most of its specifications for publication
as formal standards. All DVB standards can be downloaded free
of charge from the ETSI website.
The website of the Finnish Mobile
TV pilot project.
The DVB-H Interest Group, or HIG,
is a web-based resource focussing on the development of DVB-H services
in Germany. The site is currently in German only.
The IPDatacast Forum is an international
not-for-profit industry association that seeks to facilitate the
growth of IP-based multimedia services for deployment over broadband
networks including DVB-H.
This website, hosted by Nokia, includes
a news section, a discussion board, along with information on DVB-H
pilots with which Nokia is involved.
The Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) is
an industry forum committed to developing market driven, interoperable
mobile service enablers.