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
Advances in real-time rendering and delivery technologies pioneered in the games and visual effects industries offer broadcasters the opportunity to deliver completely personal experiences.
High-speed, high quality, always on 5G connectivity could have a significant impact on how we produce content.
Blog post on 11 Apr 2019
Testing ways to remotely render and deliver low-latency, high-bandwidth video to a smartphone.
Blog post on 10 Apr 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
We are exploring how high-bandwidth low-latency mobile networks such as 5G can enable high-quality immersive experiences on mobile devices. Working with partners in the West of England Combined Authority’s 5G...
Securing IP Production Control
White paper published Sep 2018
Streamed video is often seconds behind broadcast TV. Can we reduce the delay?
Blog post on 13 Sep 2018
Looking forward to a time when television is routinely delivered in Ultra-High Definition (UHD) or better, BBC R&D is investigating the distribution challenges this implies. The increasing scarcity of spare...
Viewers watching live television over the Internet today are typically seeing the action with a delay of 30 seconds or more. In future, it won’t have to be that way....
Exploring means for improving the efficiency of the BBC's LF and MF transmitters.
White paper published Jul 2018