Ushering in the NEXTGEN TV era, ATSC 3.0 co-developer LG Electronics has launched new OLED TV models equipped to receive new services with enhanced content, pictures and sound.platinum Sponsor
Samsung’s 2020 line of QLED 8K televisions feature ATSC 3.0. Available today at Samsung.com or your favorite retailer.platinum Sponsor
A set of customizable and skinnable receivers available for the immediate launch of NextGenTV services addressing diverse use cases. Check us out before you embark on building your own. All major app features and state of the art UX themes are supported.platinum Sponsor
See all your favorite content displayed in rich and life-like 4K HDR. The X900H is engineered with picture quality in mind, complimented by a multitude of advanced technologies.platinum Sponsor
CXD2878ER/CXD6801GL are high-performance receiver LSIs in an optimized single package. Multiple customer products launching in 2020 with more to come in 2021.platinum Sponsor
Keep track of on-air ATSC 3.0 deployments in the United States and find out where NextGen TV is available. Zoom into street views, see towers, stations and call signs. Coming soon to the map: TV channels.
Alticast delivers an ATSC 3.0 gateway-client software solution to enable innovative services for today’s digital connected home.
The ZapperBox M1 supports ATSC 3.0, Dolby® AC-4 Audio, Widevine DRM and ATSC 1.0. ZapperBox is accepting orders now with deliveries expected in 4Q 2020.
ATSC3pro is a professional ATSC 3.0 & ATSC 1.0 receiver that is used by broadcasters to test signal reception, performance, remote signal recording and playback.
Supporting the adoption and continued delivery of ATSC 3.0 through the NEXTGEN TV logo, and ATSC 3 Security Authority (A3SA) certification programs.
SDR based low power, small footprint chipsets enabling Next-Gen live DTV reception on mobile devices, HDTV, Home Gateway’s, Set top boxes, DVR’s and Auto-infotainment.
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The Advanced Television Systems Committee, Inc., is an international, non-profit organization developing voluntary standards and recommended practices for digital terrestrial broadcasting. ATSC member organizations represent the broadcast, broadcast equipment, motion picture, consumer electronics, computer, cable, satellite, and semiconductor industries. ATSC also develops digital terrestrial broadcasting implementation strategies and supports educational activities on ATSC standards.