BitRouter’s ATSC 3.0 middleware is field proven, robust and flexible enough to develop set-top boxes, TVs, automotive, distance learning or mobile devices.
BitRouter ATSC3pak middleware for ATSC 3.0 receivers has been deployed in the US market since 2018 in our own ATSC3pro receiver. Out first set-top box customer launched service this year. We believe that the ZapperBox M1 will be the first retail ATSC 3.0 consumer set-top box to ship with our ATSC3pak middleware.
We just announced 3pi, our latest product that combines the low-cost and low-power Raspberry Pi platform with an ATSC 3.0 tuner to create a platform for automotive and distance learning applications.
BitRouter has been in business since 2002. Our ATSC 1.0 software shipped in over 30 million receivers. Our Cable converter box software shipped in over 25 million receivers.
Robust software from a company that has been around the block a few times. Check out these product links…
ATSC3pak – https://bitrouter.com/products/atsc3pak/
ATSC3pro – https://bitrouter.com/products/atsc3pro/
ZapperBox M1 – https://zapperbox.com/
3pi – https://bitrouter.com/products/3pi/
ZapperBox user interface
3pi – automotive & distance learning platform
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