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ATSC Candidate Standards PDF Print E-mail

A Candidate Standard is a document that has received significant review within a specialist group. Advancement of a document to Candidate Standard is an explicit call to those outside of the related specialist group for implementation and technical feedback. This is the phase at which the specialist group is responsible for formally acquiring that experience or at least defining the expectations of implementation.

 

A/104 Part 5: "ATSC Candidate Standard: 3D-TV Terrestrial Broadcasting, Part 5 – Service Compatible 3D-TV using Main and Mobile Hybrid Delivery"

26 February 2014

This document provides detailed specification of the parameters of the Service Compatible 3D-TV using Main and Mobile Hybrid Delivery (SC-MMH) which is one particular case of the Service Compatible 3D-TV system using Real-time Delivery (SCRT). This specification includes the stereoscopic video formats, the service multiplex and transport layer characteristics, and normative/informative specifications.

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A/105: ATSC Candidate Standard – Interactive Services Standard

24 April 2014

The ATSC 2.0 Interactive Services system allows the broadcaster to connect broadcast programming with additional services related to that programming. Central to this system are Declarative Objects (DOs) providing the user’s interactive experience. Changes to the life-cycle state of Declarative Objects (for example to launch or kill a DO) can be initiated and changed by both broadcasters and viewers. The system provides for the extension of these services to second screens and provides for delivery of needed resources via the Internet path. In addition to services already part of traditional terrestrial broadcast television, services described in the present standard include personalization, service usage reporting, receiver access to web-based servers, and support for automatic content recognition.

Download the complete document and schema files here. Note that a redline document is provided that shows the changes made relative to the version previously posted.

A/106: ATSC Candidate Standard – ATSC Security and Service Protection Standard

1 January 2014

This standard specifies the mechanisms for security and service protection in ATSC 2.0 systems.Prepared by the Specialist Group on Security (TG1/S7), the necessary building blocks are called out that will enable broadcasters to fully exploit the capabilities of digital broadcasting.

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A/107: ATSC Candidate Standard – ATSC 2.0 Standard

06 may 2014

This document is a top-level specification of the ATSC 2.0 fixed-broadcast digital television services, which augment the digital television services defined in ATSC A/53. As a top-level document this standard references other ATSC standards as well as standards developed by other organizations.

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