BS EN 62297-1:2005 - Triggering messages for broadcast applications. Format
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BS EN 62297-1:2005

Triggering messages for broadcast applications. Format

Status : Current   Published : December 2005



IEC 62297-1:2005 specifies an application-triggering scheme for TV broadcasting information sent from a service provider as part of a data broadcasting transmission and intended to control an application in a receiver. This bilingual version corresponds to the monolingual English version, published in 2005-05.

Standard NumberBS EN 62297-1:2005
TitleTriggering messages for broadcast applications. Format
Publication Date05 December 2005
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ETSI EN 300 706, ISO 8859-1, ETSI TS 101 231
Informative References(Provided for Information)IEC/PAS 62292:2001, IETF RFC 2396:1998, IETF RFC 791:1981, IETF RFC 1071:1988, IETF RFC 2279:1998, ISO/IEC 16262:2002, IEC 62298-1
International RelationshipsEN 61036:1996/A1:2000,EN 62297-1:2005,IEC 62297-1:2005
Draft Superseded By03/301834 DC
DescriptorsData transmission control procedures, Broadcasting, Telecommunication, Data handling, Teletext, Reception, Television receivers, Multimedia, Data processing, Data transmission methods, Television broadcasting, Data representation, Telecommunication transmission methods, Data transfer, Television, Television equipment, Messages, Signal transmission
Title in FrenchMessages de declenchement pour les applications de radiodiffusion. Format
Title in GermanTriggernachrichten fuer Rundfunkanwendungen. Format
ISBN0 580 46331 1
File Size1.764 MB

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