Bouquet (digital television)

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In digital television , video, audio and data streams are sent to the television viewer via the feeder network , i.e. cable, satellite or radio. The service providers group several digital programs into an overall offer , the bouquet (from French bouquet [ buˈkɛ ], "bouquet; bunch") and manage the access rights ( pay TV ) if necessary .

In the MPEG transport stream , the bouquet_id field in the Bouquet Association Table (BAT) enables a clear identification of the bouquet, since these values ​​are assigned individually to the program providers .

The term bouquet is often confused with the related term transponder . A transponder, however, is a physical combination of several data streams on a frequency band; A bouquet is a virtual grouping of services that can also extend over several transponders.

Individual evidence

  1. ETSI: EN 300 468 V1.14.1 Specification for Service Information (SI) in DVB systems, Chapter 5.2.2 Bouquet Association Table (BAT). Retrieved April 14, 2015.
  2. DVB Services: DVB-SI - Bouquet_ID. , accessed on March 30, 2020.