This document defines the security and service protection systems for ATSC 2.0 broadcasting. The necessary building blocks are called out that will enable broadcasters to fully exploit the capabilities of digital broadcasting using ATSC 2.0. This standard is based, whenever possible, on existing open standards.
Download A/106:2015, “ATSC Security and Service Protection Standard”, approved 28 September 2015.
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