Chris Nokes joined BBC Research & Development in 1985. He has worked on a wide variety of projects, but since the early 90s he has been working on digital terrestrial television, taking a leading role first on DVB-T and more recently
Chris was a key contributor to the
DVB-T2 technical study group, and also the editor of the DVB-T2 specification, as well as leading the T2 work within BBC R&D, helping to ensure the UK's successful launch of terrestrial HDTV services.
As well as leading R&D's Distribution Core Technologies section, Chris contributes specifically to projects covering TV White Space devices and broadcasting to mobile devices.
He also chairs the UK DTG's RF task group.