Pearl’s new research by Magid in partnership with Dolby, shows consumers are increasingly looking to local broadcast stations to provide NEXTGEN TV services and that they want NEXTGEN TV receivers.
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.
Sony is building on its proven ATSC 3.0 tuner technology for TV/STB/Datacasting devices and has also released a 4 diversity ATSC 3.0 device which is ideal for the connected car.
Whether replacing a legacy ATSC 1.0 system or planning an ATSC 3.0 rollout, CDS will help you select the most advanced technology and handle the end-to-end implementation.
We’ve been working with multiple high-profile media groups and interested markets to roll out NextGen TV, and we’ve also been providing additional equipment like Ascent Media Gateway to enhance ATSC 3.0 delivery.
DekTec is releasing the DTU-331 RF analyzer All-Standard All-Band Receiver for USB-3.
With the upcoming release of the DTU-331 SDR receiver for USB 3, you can now analyze ATSC 3.0 and other digital TV signals with your laptop. It is perfect in the field for recordings and RF measurements. But it is also great for lab use: just plug the bus-powered DTU-331 into a USB-3 port and you’ve got yourself a full-fledged professional SDR receiver.
Triveni Digital has made significant progress on streamlining NextGen TV operations for broadcasters with its new StreamScope® XM ATSC 3.0 Monitor and the SkyScraper® XM Datacasting System.
Working with several pilot projects in Remote Learning and NextGen TV interactive applications.
DTV Innovations is launching its MetaWright and Medusa ATSC 3.0 Complete Station in a box solution.
We are also working with major TV Networks to launch ATSC 3.0 stations with its solution.
– 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.
HPE is blazing the trail with ATSC 3.0 commercial market launches in Dallas and Panama City with ARK Multicasting. We have enabled ARK and broadcasters with a compliant Broadcast Core and System Manager and the necessary capabilities to onboard customers and transact business end-to-end.
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Rohde & Schwarz is showcasing its world-leading TV transmitters at NAB 2022. Rohde & Schwarz transmitters fully support all NextGen TV (ATSC 3.0) core features.
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.
Our internal processes, affiliate guide pages, and signal prediction services have been updated to incorporate ATSC 3.0. In markets where NEXTGEN TV is now active, TitanTV has been aggressive in working with multiple broadcast partners to display programming data for those channels.
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BROADCAST TECHNOLOGIES, SCTE, THE NAB SHOW CONFERENCE PASS, BROADCAST ENGINEERING AND IT CONFERENCE (BEIT)
WHEN: Saturday, April 23 | 1:55 PM – 2:55 PM
Joel Derrico, Principal Engineer, Cox Communications
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With the ATSC 3.0 and the latest Advanced HDR by Technicolor solution on Cobalt’s 9904-UDX-4K card, both HDR and SDR content are delivered with no compromise on SDR/HDR capabilities and fidelity.
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.
Video Flow continues to enhance its support for ATSC 3.0 and can now work in STLTP Native mode for deeper analysis and optimization of the STLTP links. The new mode makes use of STLTP headers to optimize delivery, traffic patterns and recover lost packets.
• Advanced Codecs: VVC and AV1
• AI/ML based Compression Algorithm: Dynamic Resolution Encoding (DRE)
• VOS360 as an ATSC DR Service on Public Cloud
Avateq helps content providers and data distributors to bring ATSC 3.0 datacasting to a new level by increasing the quality of service and optimizing RF channel utilization.
Partnership evaluation and network expansion advancement.
After 40 years of serving the broadcast TV business, we have generated over $1.4 billion for our clients. We are entering this new phase because we understand it and know how to monetize it.
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