Posted on October 11, 2022 in ATSC News
ENENSYS Technologies is a global designer and manufacturer of innovative professional solutions for the Broadcast and Telecom industry. For 15 years, ENENSYS Technologies has enabled Efficient Media Delivery over Terrestrial (ATSC 3.0, DVB-T/T2, ISDB-T/Tb, HbbTV), Satellite (DVB-S/S2/S2X) & Telecom Networks (4G/5G, Public Safety, IPTV, OTT), and provides Test & Monitoring equipment with the TestTree brand.
ENENSYS now offers an “ATSC 3.0-in-a-box” solution running several docker containers in a single server to provide for CAPEX savings and reduce power consumption, to ease LPTV market deploying ATSC 3.0 services. The “ATSC 3.0-in-a-box” includes the ENENSYS MediaCast ATSC (delivering DASH segments as well as all the ATSC 3.0 signalling over ROUTE) and the ENENSYS Broadcast Gateway SmartGate ATSC that receives all the linear TV services and signalling to create the STLTP streams for ATSC 3.0 transmission.
Integrating with various encoder manufacturers, the solution enables the delivery of Linear TV and of Datacasting services over ATSC 3.0 networks. As both MediaCast ATSC and SmartGate ATSC products can be deployed as Docker containers, the solution can operate into public/private cloud for better flexibility and scalability.
Secondly, as worldwide market leader of OEM Modulators/Exciters for transmitter manufacturers, ENENSYS is announcing its new ATSC 3.0 solution for cost effective low power transmitters. Fully complying with the ATSC 3.0 modulation standard, the new solution integrates a powerful AGC and an advanced pre-corrector to compensate for power amplifier distortions and improves overall efficiency. The performance reaches FCC requirements without any external channel filter, simplifying installation and deployment costs; a big advantage for low power transmitters roll out.
Finally, TestTree provides a complete and comprehensive solution to ensure quality for all ATSC Services throughout all strategic stages of media processing, transport distribution & transmission flow in your station, with 24/7 monitoring.
The TestTree monitoring solution offers real-time analysis of both QoE (black frame, freeze, audio silence…) and QoS (Transport Stream check), using an intuitive User Interface accessible via a web browser. ATSC 3.0 and ATSC 1.0 compatible, the solution can also be deployed for a group of stations, offering a real-time and global centralized monitoring system.
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