IEC 62106-2:2021 is available as IEC 62106-2:2021 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.IEC 62106-8:2021 defines the coding and definition of features for the Radio Data System (RDS). IEC 62106-8:2021 cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2018. This edition constitutes a technical revision. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to IEC 62106‑2:2018:
a) Subclause 4.2.4 has been added;
b) Tables 1 and 13 have been modified;
c) The new function RDS2 file transfer has been added and it is detailed in Annex C; this uses a CRC-16, which is specified in Annex D.
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IEC TR 63122-2:2019 specifies the service pattern conceptual model and standardized demand of smart television, illustrates the terms and related to smart television, and describes service reference model of smart television, the reference model of the service pattern as well as interfaces between various platforms.
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IEC TR 63122-1:2019 The focus of this standard is the conceptual definition of smart television, basic features, use cases and current technologies based on applications and requirements. They make it clear where further existing standards can be used and highlight where work on standards is needed.
In addition, this document was developed taking into account ISO/IEC Guide 71. The objective of this document is to highlight potential areas for standardisation for smart televisions.
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IEC 62766-5-1:2017(E) specifies the Declarative Application Environment (DAE) component of the OIPF terminal function (OITF). The DAE is a declarative language based environment (browser) based on the OIPF web standards TV profile specified in IEC 62766-5-2 for the presentation of user interfaces and including scripting support for interaction with network server-side applications and access to the APIs of the other OITF functions.
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IEC 62766-6:2017(E) specifies the procedural application environment (PAE) component of the OIPF terminal function (OITF). It also defines the UNI reference point UNIS-12 of the OIPF functional architecture summarised in Annex B of IEC 62766-1:2017.
The PAE is an application environment for IPTV services based on Java. Like other specifications such as OCAP, ACAP and Blu-ray, which are, or include, GEM terminal specifications, this document follows the structure of ETSI TS 102 728.
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IEC 62766-7:2017(E) specifies functions for content protection, service protection, service access protection, user identification, user authentication, and user authorisation.
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IEC 62766-5-2:2017(E) specifies a profile of HTML5, CSS and other related web technologies for connected TVs. Its goal is to describe a common profile that can be relied on by content and service providers and implemented by manufacturers. It does not describe extensions or modification to any of the referenced technologies but only tries to define a subset of web standards that are suitable and useful for TV deployments and at the same time stable enough to provide a good degree of confidence that real interoperability can be achieved. It may add clarifications and/or additional constraints where these are needed due to the nature of the target deployment environment.
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IEC 62766-4-1:2017(E) specifies the protocols, which apply to the following reference point interfaces identified in the architecture described in Annex B of IEC 62766-1:2017.
- The UNI interfaces, between the consumer domain and the network or service provider domains.
- The HNI interfaces, between the functional entities in the consumer network domain.
- Interfaces to external systems, which include DLNA networks in the consumer domain.
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IEC 62766-1:2017(E) defines general common elements and specifies the structure of the IEC 62766 series, the scopes of, and relationships between the other parts
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IEC 62766-2-1:2016 specifies formats for the audio/video content provided by IPTV services using fixed line access networks or mobile access networks and voice and video telephony services. It does not apply to the broadcast channel input of hybrid devices except where explicitly specified.It defines formats for the delivery of 3D video. At the present time, delivery to fixed terminals is targeted. It defines the media formats utilised on the UNI reference point UNIT-17 of the Open IPTV Forum functional architecture.
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IEC 62766-2-2:2016 specifies media formats for adaptive unicast content streaming over HTTP. Two HTTP adaptive streaming formats are specified. The first is based entirely on MPEG DASH. The second is the OIPF “HTTP adaptive streaming” (HAS) format, which is based upon 3GPP’s release 9 adaptive HTTP streaming (AHS) format, with some profiling and extensions to add the features of media components and support for MPEG-2 transport stream content segment format. The latter format was specified before MPEG DASH had been published. It is retained due to usage in some legacy applications.
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IEC 62104:2015(E) describes the digital audio broadcasting (DAB) receiver characteristics for consumer equipment intended for terrestrial and cable reception operating in VHF band III. Dedicated receivers for specific applications are not within the scope of this standard. This standard describes the characteristics for different classes and categories of DAB receivers such as standard and multimedia receivers and domestic, automotive and adapter receivers. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition published in 2003. This edition constitutes a technical revision. The main changes with respect to the previous edition are as follows. The document has been updated in line with the development of the DAB system, and in particular the introduction of DAB audio services (see ETSI TS 102 563). Requirements for displays, text and data applications have been introduced to reflect market trends. Additional test methods have been introduced to allow R.F. measurements to be made on receivers with integrated antennas and/or no external BER indicators by using an acoustic impairment method. Clause 6 has been updated to reflect the development of the market and to provide better guidance for the implementation of optional features.
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IEC 62753:2015 specifies the basic functions, interfaces, performance requirements and test methods of the receivers for the Digital Terrestrial/Television Multimedia Broadcasting (DTMB) system. This standard can be applied to digital television terrestrial receivers carrying multiple SDTV programs or HDTV programs for both mobile and stationary receptions.
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IEC 62634:2015 describes how to measure minimum RDS receiver performance requirements which concern three RDS receiver product categories. However, it should be noted that there are also RDS receiver products on the market that significantly out-perform the minimum RDS receiver performance requirements quoted. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2011 and constitutes a technical revision. It includes the following changes:
- the 100 kHz test measurement case from Clause 8 of IEC 62634:2011 was deleted as it did not permit to achieve stable and reproducible measurement results;
- an error has been corrected. The term "de-emphasis" shall read correctly "pre-emphasis".
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IEC 62516-3:2013 describes the T-DMB common application program interface (API). It provides a software platform that, when combined with the T-DMB O/S, forms a universal interface for application programs. This interface allows application programs to be written in such a way that they run on any T-DMB receiver unit, as described in IEC 62516-1:2009 and IEC 62516-2:2011 regardless of its manufacturer. It also defines a software environment that allows multiple application programs to be interoperable on a single receiver unit by sharing the fixed resources of the receiver, and it provides a set of interfaces that the T-DMB middleware and the ASIC specific software use.
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IEC 62455:2010 specifies the terminal for a service purchase and protection system for digital broadcasts, called the 18Crypt system. It is applicable in all countries and regions with suitably compliant broadcasting and multimedia distribution systems. Guidelines for compatible broadcast services are given in this standard. The service purchase and protection functions operate in a pure broadcast environment that may be combined with a bi-directional interactivity channel. It is applicable to the following broadcast systems:
- IP datacast over DVB-H systems;
- DVB T/C/S systems;
- MPEG2 TS-based IP systems;
- Non-MPEG2 TS-based IP systems.
This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition, published in 2007, and constitutes a technical revision. The main changes with respect to the previous edition are:
- Recent developments in DVB and OMA standards caused some incompatibilities, which have been solved in the second edition.
- Technical errors have been corrected, missing details added.
- References have been updated to the newest available ones.
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IEC 62002-2:2008 provides the conformance testing rules and guidelines for equipment built to meet the Mobile and portable DVB-T/H radio access interface specification (IEC 62002-1). One aim is to limit the number of tests to a practical level. Nevertheless, the manufacturer is responsible of guaranteeing that the terminal fulfils all aspects of the mobile and portable DVB-T/H radio access interface specification (IEC 62002-1). This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition, published in 2005 and constitutes a technical revision. The main changes with respect to the previous edition are. DVB-H has been included as a part of the main specification. All the performance figures have been revised as new simulation results have been made available as well as new reference receivers for DVB-H have been developed. DVB-H now includes all the different MPE-FEC code rates. New portable indoor and portable outdoor channel models have been included as well as performance figures for those. A new 2x TU-6 mobile SFN test channel has been included. A new L4 linearity pattern has been added. Dedicated performance figures for DVB-H for S1, S2, L1 to L4 interference patterns have been included. A new GSM-interference measurement method has been added. This bilingual version (2012-03) corresponds to the monolingual English version, published in 2008-05.
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IEC 62002-1:2008(E) is a radio access specification for mobile, portable and hand-held portable devices capable of receiving DVB-T/H services. It includes informative system aspects as well as specifications for minimum RF-performance. It covers terminals in three main classes, namely integrated car terminals, portable digital TV sets and hand-held portable convergence terminals. Interoperability with integrated cellular radios is also considered. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition, published in 2005 and constitutes a technical revision. The main changes with respect to the previous edition are:
- DVB-H has been included as a part of the main specification;
- All the performance figures have bee revised as new simulation results have been made available as well as new reference receivers for DVB-H have been developed;
- DVB-H now includes all the different MPE-FEC code rates;
- New portable indoor and portable outdoor channel models have been included as well as performance figures for those;
- A new 2x TU-6 mobile SFN test channel has been included;
- A new L4 linearity pattern has been added;
- Dedicated performance figures for DVB-H for S1, S2, L1 to L4 interference patterns have been included;
- A new GSM-interference measurement method has been added. The contents of the corrigendum of July 2008 have been included in this copy.
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specifies the TeleWeb Hyperteletext profile that allows Web-style text and graphics to be displayed on suitable decoders. A TeleWeb service comprises multimedia data files whose format and attributes are defined by this specification
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IEC 62298-2:2005 specifies the transmission layer of TeleWeb. TeleWeb services can be broadcast in a number of different ways, for example, VBI, DVB, DAB, etc., and to a variety of decoder types, for example, TVs, portable decoders, PCs, etc. This standard specifies the transmission layer for VBI and DVB broadcasts.
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IEC 62298-3:2005 specifies the TeleWeb Superteletext profile that allows Web-style text and graphics to be displayed on suitable decoders. A TeleWeb service comprises multimedia data files whose format and attributes are defined by this specification. This specification focuses on the presentation layer especially the implementation of TeleWeb HTML. It further defines graphical requirements like colours and fonts and the used content formats. For information regarding general information and the transport layer, refer to IEC 62298-1 and IEC 62298-2. This bilingual version (2013-07) corresponds to the monolingual English version, published in 2005-05.
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IEC 62028:2002 describes standard conditions and methods of measurement on digital television receivers which receive digital television broadcast transmissions. It deals with the determination of performance and allows the comparison of equipment by listing the characteristics which are useful for specifications and by laying down uniform measuring methods of these characteristics. Performance requirements are not specified, since they are specified by other international, regional or domestic standards for the systems. This bilingual version corresponds to the monolingual English version, published in 2002-02.
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Deals with the standard conditions and methods of measurement on high definition television (HDTV) displays. Deals with the determination of performance and permits comparision of equipment by listing characteristics useful for specifications and laying down uniform methods of measurement.
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