BS EN 62297-2:2005 - Triggering messages for broadcast applications. Transport methods

BS EN 62297-2:2005

Triggering messages for broadcast applications. Transport methods

Status : Current   Published : December 2005

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IEC 62297-2:2005 specifies how trigger messages are broadcast using teletext technology. Both Page Format-Clear and Independent Data Line methods are defined, using protocols defined in ETSI EN 300 708. This bilingual version (2013-07) corresponds to the monolingual English version, published in 2005-05.




Standard NumberBS EN 62297-2:2005
TitleTriggering messages for broadcast applications. Transport methods
StatusCurrent
Publication Date05 December 2005
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 62297-1, EN 62297-1:2005, ETSI TS 101 231, ISO/IEC 13818-6, ETSI EN 300 706, ETSI EN 300 708
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN 62297-2:2005,IEC 62297-2:2005
Draft Superseded By03/301833 DC
DescriptorsTelevision broadcasting, Television receivers, Teletext, Data transmission methods, Telecommunication transmission methods, Telecommunication, Reception, Data handling, Television, Television equipment, Data transfer, Data processing, Multimedia, Broadcasting, Signal transmission, Data transmission control procedures, Messages
ICS33.170
Title in FrenchMessages de declenchement pour les applications de radiodiffusion. Methodes de transport
Title in GermanTriggernachrichten fuer Rundfunkanwendungen. Uebertragungsverfahren
CommitteeEPL/100
ISBN0 580 46332 X
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages16
File Size352 KB
Price£130.00


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