Supporting the continued adoption and delivery of ATSC 3.0 through the NEXTGEN TV logo, and ATSC 3 Security Authority (A3SA) certification programs.
Eurofins works alongside broadcasters, operators, and CE manufacturers to provide test solutions that ensure the ongoing conformance to ATSC 3.0 standards across the industry.
Services include NEXTEGEN TV logo conformance testing and A3SA certification of compliant receivers, providing a suite of new test materials and test tools covering key use cases for broadcaster services to be deployed in 2021 and into 2022.
Eurofins vast experience delivering advisory and test services for the adoption of broadcast standards worldwide has been utilised by CTA, NAB and A3SA to build foundation test suites, available now, that will be expanded substantially through the coming months and years.
Arreios for ATSC 3.0 is our Test Harness that facilitates the testing of technologies within the ATSC 3.0 standard on broadcast receivers reliably and efficiently. Providing a complete lab test environment for automated device black box testing. CE manufacturers can reliably test devices in-house, for the NEXTGEN TV and A3SA compliance programs.
Eurofins Digital Testing is also an ISO accredited lab that can undertake RF testing of ATSC3.0 and ATSC 1.0 decoders in accordance with lab and field test plans published by ATSC.
We are experts at developing customised solutions to match customer’s needs, whether that be conformance to a specification, verifying usability, performance, security or robustness, as well as supplying test management and testing services to our clients.
Eurofins Digital Testing supporting Broadcasters, Operators and CE Manufacturers, delivering ATSC 3.0 conformance, NEXTGEN TV logo certification and A3SA solutions.
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