The ATSC Mobile DTV Standard defines the technical specifications necessary for broadcasters to provide new services to mobile and handheld devices using their digital television (DTV) transmissions. The new services for mobile and handheld devices are carried along with current DTV services without any adverse impact on legacy receiving equipment. ATSC Mobile DTV was developed to support a variety of services including free (advertiser-supported) television and interactive services delivered in real-time, subscription-based TV, and file-based content download for playback at a later time. The standard can also be used for transmission of new data broadcasting services.
Download A/153 Part 1:2013, “ATSC Mobile DTV System”, approved 11 March 2013.
Download A/153 Part 2:2011, “RF/Transmission System Characteristics”, approved 7 October 2011.
Download A/153 Part 3:2013, “Service Multiplex and Transport Subsystem Characteristics”, approved 29 October 2013.
Download A/153 Part 4:2009, “Announcement”, approved 15 October 2009.
Download A/153 Part 5:2009, “Application Framework”, approved 15 October 2009.
Download A/153 Part 6:2011, “Service Protection”, approved 23 May 2011.
Download A/153 Part 7:2012, “AVC and SVC Video System Characteristics”, approved 4 July 2012.
Download A/153 Part 8:2012, “HE AAC Audio System Characteristics” approved 18 December 2012.
Download A/153 Part 9:2013, “Scalable Full Channel Mobile Mode” approved 25 July 2013.
Download A/153 Part 10:2013, “Mobile Emergency Alert System”, approved 11 March 2013.
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