Broadcasting·Media Research Laboratory
The Broadcasting and Media Research Laboratory is engaged in various research activities aimed at realizing "ultra realistic services to improve the quality of life" where tera media and terahertz technology for the future of society will be realized through the efficient use of satellite infrastructure and frequency resources to promote the public safety. Our laboratory approaches the issue comprehensively, covering all areas that are likely to be concerned with convergence including broadcasting, radio, and satellites.
- The key objectives of our researches are to develop the next generation core broadcasting and media technologies and international standards, to create the ultra-realistic global services by development and diffusion of Terra media technology , and to improve the facilitation of RF resource service with advancement and enhancement of RF resource application based on the Tera-herz technology. Also, our laboratory is to establish a national social safety environment to respond the disasters effectively by developping the Satellite System for Disaster relief and Meteorological Satellite Ground Station.
- Our laboratory is broadly composed of the following six departments: the Broadcasting System Research Department; the Realistic Broadcasting Media Research Department; ; Aerospace ICT Research Department; the Radio Technology Research Department; Meteorological Satellite Ground Segment Research Department; and Broadcasting & Media Basic Technology Research Group. Our laboratory is responsible for generating world-class research results and has a list of big achievements in Korea, primarily in the areas of T-DMB, high-definition 3D TV, open IPTV, and COMS 1 (Chollian) satellite communication transponder and CR technology.
The research areas on which we are currently concentrating our resources are ultra-realistic media, satellites, radio technology for satellite/wireless. Ultra-realistic media include 3D TV, UHD TV, panorama and AR broadcasting. The satellite field includes the broadcasting/communication satellite tower system, payload navigation, next-generation VAST and ground station, RF and MMIC. The radio technology for satellite/wireless includes frequency sharing and radio wave engineering, the development of future radio wave technology and frequency resources, electromagnetic environment, and the adaptation of radio waves in real life such as transferring wireless power. Also, we are conducting basic research, such as Terra Media Services and teraherz technologies unfolding in the next generation.
The Broadcasting and Media Research Laboratory will continue doing its utmost to become the most outstanding laboratory in the world in the area of broadcasting and media on the basis of its strong commitment to assisting Korea’s advance towards becoming the global number one media country.
Tera-Media Technology Frontier.
Senior Vice PresidentAhn, Chie Teuk
Broadcasting and Media Research Laboratory
- Research Support Section
- SMEs Support Section
- Future Technology Research Section
Media Research Division
- Media Transmission Research Group
- Realistic AV Research Group
- Tera-media Research Group
- Smart Media Research Group
Radio & Satellite Research Division
- Radio Resource Research Group
- Radio Environment & Monitoring Research Group
- Satellite Technology Research Group
Autonomous Unmanned Vehicle Research Division
- Unmanned Vehicle System Research Group
- Unmanned Autonomous Operation Research Group
Meteorological Satellite Ground Segment Development Department
- Meteorological Satellite Ground Segment System Development Section
- Meteorological Satellite Ground Segment Technology Development Section
- Meteorological Satellite Algorithm Development Section