Corrigendum/Addendum to the IDA/MDA TS DVB-T2 IRD Issue 1 Revision 1 March 2013
5 May 2014
MDA and IDA are jointly releasing the revised Technical Specification for Integrated Receiver Decoder (IRD) for use with the 2nd Generation Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting System (DVB-T2). The effective enforcement date of this revised specification is 2 February 2015 so as to give lead time for manufacturers and suppliers to bring into the market DVB-T2 IRDs capable of complying with this revision.
Please refer to this link for a copy of the revised specification:
14 April 2014
No comments was received for the Public Consultation on the Proposed Revision to the IDA/MDA TS DVB-T2 IRD Issue 1 Rev 1 March 2013.
31 March 2014
MDA and IDA are jointly conducting a public consultation on the proposed revision to the Technical Specification for Integrated Receiver Decoder (IRD) for use with the 2nd Generation Digital Terrestrial Television Broadcasting System (DVB-T2).
A copy of the public consultation paper is available here (128.47KB).
A copy of the revised draft technical specification is available here (737.10KB).
MDA and IDA hereby invite interested parties to submit written comments on the proposed amendments.
All views and comments should be submitted in writing to MDA and IDA by 12 pm, 14 April 2014 and addressed to:
- Ms Ling Pek Ling
Director (Digital Broadcasting Deployment Office)
Media Development Authority of Singapore
3 Fusionopolis Way
# 16-22 Symbiosis
(Attention: Ms Agnes Chong)
- Mr Raymond Lee
Director (Resource Management and Standards)
Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore
Resource Management & Standards
10 Pasir Panjang Road
#10-01 Mapletree Business City
(Attention: Ms Woo Yim Leng)
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