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Argentina chooses Japanese ISDB-T standard for High-Definition TV

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 31 Aug 2009 0:28 User comments (2)

Argentina chooses Japanese ISDB-T standard for High-Definition TV Argentina has passed over European and American standards for High-definition television broadcasts, and followed Brazil in opting to adopt the ISDB-T standard for HDTV in the country.
Argentine President Cristina Kirchner made the announcement of its decision to follow Brazil's lead in the region in a highly-competitive market for HDTV broadcasts at a South American summit.

Kirchner ratified a memorandum between the governments of both Argentina and of Japan to introduce the Japanese ISDB-T standard in the country to co-operate together in the sector. Kirchner also signed a cooperation accord on HDTV with Brazil.

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131.8.2009 10:44

I saw ISDB-T on lcd tv from my friend it is amazing !! I hope we will get that here too :)


215.9.2009 17:18
leady
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No doubt that how much money Jp government will support to those countries.

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