Results of BBC R&D's 5G Broadcast Radio trial (part of 5G RuralFirst project)
White paper published Dec 2019
An overview of BBC R&D's work for the 5G SmartTourism and 5G RuralFirst projects
Examining performance figures adopted by standard EN303 345 for FM broadcast receivers
White paper published Nov 2019
We have been testing decision tree algorithms to see if they can make video compression faster and more efficient.
Blog post on 29 Oct 2019
A new way of performing a traditionally laborious and ambiguous task - making images and videos more colourful and realistic.
Blog post on 24 Sep 2019
The latest from our stand at this year's conference
Blog post on 9 Sep 2019
Our object-based weather forecast is now a web app, taking advantage of new 5G technology to deliver the experience on a large scale.
Find out more about what we're showing at the annual media technology show.
Blog post on 8 Sep 2019
Defining acceptable limits to stray magnetic fields generated by Wireless Power Transfer (WPT) devices to prevent interference to AM reception.
White paper published Sep 2019
Development of a soft clipper as part of an investigation into the performance of a new stereo encoder for the BBC’s FM transmitters.
White paper published Aug 2019
After a year of work on a codec optimised for streaming, processing time appears to be dropping significantly.
Blog post on 30 May 2019
We're testing 5G mobile connectivity - and so we've built our own app and network to test live radio streaming on Stronsay, Orkney.
Blog post on 9 Apr 2019
Trialists across the UK filmed live performances across the UK, sending them back to the BBC via our system for capturing and enhancing mobile video.
Blog post on 17 Dec 2018
After HEVC compression we're involved in development of the next generation of video coding standards.
Blog post on 11 Sep 2018
Exploring means for improving the efficiency of the BBC's LF and MF transmitters.
White paper published Jul 2018