Highest quality of experience, with support for Dynamic Ad insertion, emergency alerting, Ultra-High Definition. We’re helping to simplify your workflow so you can captivate your audience.
The VBox ATSC 3.0 Testbed – Version 2.5 is aimed at assisting TV broadcast engineers, Broadcast App and AEI developers, Datacasting and Distance learning vendors and others, providing an improved feature, cost effective ATSC 3.0 toolkit to examine product field trials and market launches.
– Datacasting delivery along with linear TV from Signaling/ROUTE/MMTP server through Broadcast Gateway up to ATSC 3.0 exciter
– Off-air signal quality and content QoE & QoS 24/7 monitoring from studio down to transmission.
Ten PMVG stations are or will soon be converted to NextGen TV. PMVG is assisting WNET in leading the NYC transition and has coordinated the donations of three LPTV stations for NextGen TV conversion.
Offering ATSC 3.0 delivery systems, integration and educational datacasting (deployed in Pennsylvania and Virginia).
Recently demonstrated ATSC 3.0 DAI, consistent with the Addressable Asset Identifications Standard (AAIS) and Hybrid SHVC.
Verance is commercially launching now interactive broadcast applications from local stations nationwide onto NEXTGEN TV sets connected to cable & satellite set top boxes. Zoom demos are available now.
D2D will soon be launching ATSC 3.0 products on our proven D2Flex platform, both the stand-alone and openGear platforms. The products include our ATSC 3.0 Data Server, ATSC 3.0 Packager, and ATSC 3.0 Scheduler.
The company’s DASDEC™ units offer support for services like Emergency Alert System (EAS) and value-added Advanced Emergency Information (AEA) to support all ATSC 1.0 and ATSC 3.0 services.
Stop by the ATSC booth at the 2022 NAB Show to see a live demonstration of CeWi Network’s linear ATSC 3.0 datacasting program, synchronized to both video and audio with zero latency.
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