Enables transformation of cellular to 5G and broadcast to ATSC 3.0. New standard is key to using 5G delivery technologies offering more services within same 6 MHz bandwidth, reaching more viewers in more locations, on more devices, opening revenue streams, and discovering new possibilities associated with file datacasting.
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Continuing leadership for deployments, simplified with further integrated solutions with encoding enhanced with HDR and NGA, packaging, EAS and A3SA compliant. Installed on-prem. or cloud based via remote access.
As an active ATSC member, GatesAir is involved with several important NextGen TV demonstrations and implementation around the world, including India and Brazil.
Triveni Digital has made significant progress in streamlining NEXTGEN TV operations and in driving new revenue streams for broadcasters with its SkyScraper® XM Datacasting System and StreamScope® XM ATSC 3.0 Monitor.
PMVG has obtained three LPTV stations in TN, SC, and Indianapolis to be 3.0 hosts for member stations. Also, PMVG member KET has just turned on ATSC 3.0 in Louisville.
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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A new channel capacity analyzer is now a standard feature of Avateq’s ATSC 3.0 products. Engineers are provided with options for modulations and code rates to increase the spectral efficiency of the channel.
As of Q4 2022, LTN has launched 43 new ATSC 3.0/Next Gen TV markets thus far, with many more prepared to launch or in the planning stage. Overall, LTN has supported these broadcast market launches with station backhauls to new lighthouse transmitters. Additionally, LTN is supporting a growing number of Studio to Transmitter Links (STLs). As overall penetration of ATSC 3.0 is now over 50% of TV HH, we expect the consumer electronics companies to make real headway with ATSC 3.0 TV sets as consumers discover their favorite programming in new higher fidelity 4K packages.
We are also excited for the new upcoming business models that take advantage of broader single frequency networks since LTN supports these innovations.
Since the April 2022 NAB conference, in which Sinclair Broadcast Group announced its commitment to make high-quality HDR and SDR content available to its viewers, the group has established a strong leadership position in delivering more HDR content over-the-air than any other player in the North American market with Advanced HDR by Technicolor.
As ATSC 3.0 quickly ramps up, broadcast Operators search for key partners that can swiftly develop professional tools to manage and control their DTT network site deployments. The main US broadcasters have found in Televes the perfect ally when it comes to state-of-the-art portable field spectrum analyzers.
LA-5300 provides loudness control, upmixing and downmixing to provide consistent output formats, optional Nielsen and/or Verance watermarking, AC-4 encoding for ATSC 3.0 and optional AC-3 encoding for ATSC 1 services.
LG NEXTGEN TVs Allow Consumers To Enjoy New Interactive Experiences Via Cable, Satellite Or Over-The-Air.
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