Ralf Jurrien : June 28th 2007 - 09:01 CET
DTV interface standard
DTV interface standard : The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)’s Digital Television (DTV) Interface Subcommittee published CEA-761-B, DTV Remodulator Specification with Enhanced OSD Capability, and CEA-CEB5-B, Recommended Practice for DTV Receiver “Monitor” Mode Capability. Together these standards will enable consumers to easily set-up and control a digital television accessory, like a set-top box or digital video recorder (DVR), using their TV screen. |
CEA DTV standard|
“CEA continues to lead the migration to digital television,” said CEA’s Vice President of Technology and Standards Brian Markwalter. “As we approach the analog television transmission shutoff date, and as more Americans install digital TV sets in their homes, the ability to easily hook up accessory devices like DVRs to DTV sets is critical. This improved CEA standard will make life easier for those consumers who chose to do this with a radio frequency (RF) connection.”
CEA Digital Television
“Our industry’s goal is to simplify the set-up and use of our products by consumers and the revisions we’ve made to these two documents will enable deployment of CE products that make it easier for consumers to control accessory devices using DTV on-screen menus,” said Paul Thomsen, director, design / technology & standards, Hitachi America Ltd., Home Electronics Division and chair of CEA’s DTV Interface Subcommittee. Participation in CEA standards activities is open to all companies and organizations with direct and material interest. CEA membership is not required to participate.
CEA industry standards & technical specifications
CEA leads technology manufacturers in fostering CE industry growth by developing industry standards and technical specifications that enable new products to come to market and encourage interoperability with existing devices. CEA maintains an unmatched reputation as a credible and flexible standards making body and has earned ANSI accreditation. Through more than 70 committees, subcommittees, and working groups, the CEA Technology and Standards program provides a unique and efficient forum where technical professionals throughout the industry develop a unified technology roadmap and address technical issues critical to CE industry growth.
About Consumer Electronics Association - CEA
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) is the preeminent trade association promoting growth in the consumer technology industry through technology policy, events, research, promotion and the fostering of business and strategic relationships. CEA represents more than 2,100 corporate members involved in the design, development, manufacturing, distribution and integration of audio, video, mobile electronics, wireless and landline communications, information technology, digital imaging, home networking, multimedia and accessory products, as well as related services that are sold through consumer channels. Combined, CEA's members account for more than $140 billion in annual sales.
• Annual Consumer Electronics CEO Summit - June 20-23, 2007, Santa Barbara, CA
• 2007 SINOCES - July 6-9, 2007, Qingdao, China
• CEA Industry Forum - October 15-17, 2007, San Diego, CA
• EHX Fall 2007 - November 6-9, 2007, Long Beach, CA
• Future of Television Forum - November 8-9, 2007, New York, NY
• CES New York Press Preview - November 13, 2007, New York, NY
• CONNECTIONS Europe - December 4-6, 2007, Berlin, Germany
• 2008 International CES - January 7-10, 2008, Las Vegas, NV
• 2008 PARA Conference - March 11-13, 2008, Orlando, FL
• EHX Spring 2008 - March 11-15, 2008
• Digital Patriots Dinner - April 2, 2008, Washington, DC
• CEA Washington Forum - April 2-4, 2008, Washington, DC