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A national standard--probabably should be kept on WP, though perhaps merged somewhere?DGG 06:49, 14 April 2007 (UTC)
Probably not. It's a Chinese national standard. They tend to be deliberately not the same as any other standard, because the state has such an enormous captive market they can impose what they like, and the international corporations fall in line given time. It is, however, related to Digital Video Broadcast, but it is not a 'part' of it, and nor is is the same as it. Splash - tk 14:52, 14 April 2007 (UTC)
Just added a new section. Details of the RF frequency bands for satellite and terrestrial are pretty hard to find online - in English at least. If anyone can provide better references (or corrections) please do so. Note that the R&S "CMMB Information" page I used as one reference has an error: it says CMMB uses L-band, which is not supported anywhere else online and conflicts with their own test document (second R&S reference). Robertwinz (talk) 00:07, 30 January 2010 (UTC)
SMS118 description should be more encyclopedic
The line " Siano Mobile Silicon(with the SMS118x chip family, which support diversity and have superb performance) and more ." Sounds like an advertisement and not an encyclopedic statement. It should be made quantitative or removed. I suggest, "Siano Mobile Silicon's SMS118x Integrated Circuit was announced in 2008 and supports antenna diversity for improving performance."