FOBTV

Organizational Structure

Use Case Analysis Group

The Use Case Analysis Group (UCAG) works in close collaboration with the Use Case AHG. Its main tasks include sorting Use Cases by extracting common features and identifying related or potential technologies under each category. The Use Case Analysis Paper which serves as a basis for the formation of FOBTV system requirements was delivered to the TC in Jan. 2013.

Co-chair

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Dazhi He,
Director of R&D Dept., National Engineering Research Center of Digital Television (NERC-DTV)

Dazhi HE received his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the Shanghai Jiaotong University in 2009. Now he is the Director of R&D Dept. in NERC-DTV and also an assistant researcher at Electrical Engineering Dept. of Shanghai Jiaotong University. Dr. HE was the Director of R&D Dept. in Shanghai HD Digital Technology Industry Co., Ltd. and one of the principal algorithm directors of the DTMB and ABS-S receiver. He was one of the main participants in the national DTMB standard and ABS-S standard. HE is also an editor for the IEEE Transactions in Broadcasting.
Dr. HE’s main research areas are broadcast wireless networks, broadband wireless networks and multimedia signal processing. He holds 20 patents and published more than 10 journal articles. He is also the author of "Next Generation Mobile Broadcasting – Overview of Chinese Digital Terrestrial Multimedia Broadcasting system" published in 2012.


Co-chair

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Amaia Arrinda
Associate Professor, University of the Basque Country

Dra. Amaia Arrinda received the M.Sc. Degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the University of the Basque Country, Spain, in 1993. Before receiving the degree, she studied for a year at ENST Bretagne, and worked as a researcher at CNET, in both cases in France. In September 1993 she joined the Department of Electronics and Telecommunications of the University of the Basque Country, where she is currently an associate professor. In February 2001 she presented her doctoral thesis dealing with interferences between terrestrial analogue and digital TV transmissions and she received the Ph. D. Degree. Her current research interests include Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM), signal propagation, measurements and simulations. She belongs to the TSR research group (Radiocommunications and Signal Processing). TSR group is a DRM associated member since December 2001.