This course âBroadcast Spectrum Managementâ presents mainly Radio Frequencies (RF) used for broadcasting services as per ITU Radio Regulations and change of use of the radio frequencies from analog to digital terrestrial television broadcasting in the Very High Frequency (VHF) band III (174-230MHz and Ultra High Frequency (UHF) bands IV&V (470-862MHz) that was done by the Regional Radiocommunications Conference (RRC) for Broadcasting Areas in Region 1 held in Geneva in 2006.
Digital Broadcasting Regulation course gives an in-depth understanding of the policy, legal and regulatory issues and trends affecting broadcasting and digital media in the converged, globalized communications/ICT environment of today.
L'atelier a pour objectif de faire du participant une ressource capable d'installer les antennes de réception de la TNT et configurer les services à partir de la Set-Top Box (STB). De manière spécifique, à la fin de l'atelier les participants seront capables de : â¢ connaître les aspects « relation client â fournisseur » ; â¢ connaître l'architecture du matériel de réception de la TNT ; â¢ d'installer et de mettre en service les antennes de réception de la TNT ; â¢ configurer les différents services offerts par les STB.
This course âDigital Broadcasting Masterclassâ shall share with participants' important spectrum regulations for broadcasting and how to manage and operate broadcasting frequencies in an efficient and economical manner. Broadcasting Services are very important for national development in each country. Both FM Radio and TV Services are used to convey messages to the citizens on public awareness, political, economic and social issues. The Media industry relies on Radio and TV bands to do business.
Digital Broadcasting Regulation course gives an in-depth understanding of the policy, legal and regulatory issues and trends affecting broadcasting and digital media in the converged, globalized communications/ICT environment of today. The objectives of the training course are to: â¢ Understand different digital broadcasting technologies.