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IBC and IET collaborate

The Institution of Engineering and Technology – IET – is once more working with IBC to bring the best of the IBC Conference to an even wider audience. IET is once more publishing a special edition of its journal, Electronic Letters, which includes a number of IBC Conference Papers.

‘The best of IBC and IET’ puts selected IBC Papers alongside relevant articles drawn from the IET’s own publications. It gives IET members, along with interested businesses and academic institutions, a single source of the most important research and development in broadcasting and media technology.

The IBC contributions are selected by members of the Technical Papers committee. To reach the IBC Conference, the papers are carefully peer-reviewed by the committee. As well as selecting for the IET publication, the members of the committee also determine the year’s best paper, which receives an award as part of the IBC Awards Ceremony on Sunday 14 September at 18:00 in the Auditorium.

This year’s Best Conference Paper Award goes to Gino Alberico along with three colleagues from Italian national broadcaster RAI. Their paper describes their research into the DVB-T2 Lite transmission system, and how it might be used to broadcast HD content to mobile devices. It will be one of the IBC Papers published in ‘The best of IBC and IET’.

IET is one of the IBC partner organisations. You can find out more about its work, and pick up a copy of the new publication, at the IBC Partnership Village. This is in the Park Lobby, outside Hall 8.
To find out more, visit papers.