Broadband Technology Trends in China's Development of Next-Generation Broadcasting Networks

Broadband Technology Trends in China's Development of Next-Generation Broadcasting Networks

MIC Taiwan, Date of Publication: Sep 13, 2013, 34 Pages

Driven by its policy of Tri-Network Convergence and fixed network integration, China's GAPPRFT (General Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television) has accelerated its pace to enhance two-way transmission networks. However, due to the large number of companies active in this sector, as well as disparate networks and different technologies, competition has emerged among technology standards. The GAPPRFT has clearly stated that it will support C-DOCSIS, HiNOC and C-Homeplug AV. This report analyzes Tri-Network Convergence policy and the development of NGB (Next-Generation Broadcasting) networks, and examines new broadband technology trends in China.

Companies and organizations analyzed or mentioned in the report include:

Academy of Broadcasting Planning, Academy of Broadcasting Science, Beijing Gehua CATV Network, Broadcom, B-star, China Radio & Television Broadcasting Standardization Committee, Chinese Academy of Engineering, Cisco, Fiberhome, Fujian Jinqianmao Electronic Technology, GSD, H3C, Haier, Hisilicon, Huawei, Kingtype Group, Lootom, Motorola, Nanjing Broadcasting, NXTV, Peking University, Radio, Film & TV Design and Research Institute, Sumavision, Topway, Wasu, Xidian University, ZTE


1.Strategic Goals and Plans for NGB Networks

1.1 Vision and Strategic Goal
1.2 Key Tasks
1.2.1 Industry Policy Research and Recommendations
1.2.2 General Planning Research and Formulation
1.2.3 Standard Research and Formulation
1.2.4 Research, Production and Commercialization of Key Equipment and Networks
1.2.5 Establishment and Promotion of Trial Networks
1.3 Development Direction of NGB Two-Way Transmission Networks

2.Development Trends of New Broadband Technology Standards in China's Broadcasting Industry

2.1.1 Background
2.1.2 Technology Characteristics C-DOCSIS Standard Well-suited for Two-Way Cable Transmission Network Upgrades in China. Major Operators Support C-DOCSIS Development
2.2 HiNOC
2.2.1 Background
2.2.2 Technology Characteristics
2.3 C-HomePlug AV
2.3.1 Background
2.3.2 Technology Characteristics Application Environment: Physical Layer: Network Management:
MIC Perspective

List of Tables

Table 1 Companies Involved in the Development of Four Two-Way Transmission Network Technologies
Table 2 Comparison Between the C-DOCSIS, HiNOC And C-Homeplug AV Technology Standards

List of Figures
Figure 1 Three Phases of NGB Development in China
Figure 2 NGB Key Technology Development Research Proposed by GAPPRFT
Figure 3 Development Timeline of Two-way Network Technology Standards
Figure 4 Structure of C-DOCSIS Systems
Figure 5 Companies and Organizations Participating In the Development of the C-DOCSIS Standard
Figure 6 HiNOC Development Timeline
Figure 7 HiNOC Network Structure
Figure 8 C-HomePlug AV System Structure


Date of Publication:
Sep 13, 2013
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Number of Pages:
34 Pages