Posted on May 16, 2023 in ATSC News
Triveni Digital is the industry leader in NEXTGEN TV service delivery and quality assurance solutions. Utilizing Triveni Digital’s NEXTGEN TV solutions, broadcasters can improve efficiency and maximize revenue opportunities while enabling a more engaging and interactive television experience for viewers.
As a leader in ATSC 3.0 solutions and a key contributor to standards development, with a U.S.-based development and support team and legacy ATSC 1.0 products, Triveni is well positioned to help broadcasters transition to the NEXTGEN TV era.
Rapidly Launch NEXTGEN TV Services
Triveni Digital’s new ATSC 3.0 Translator reduces the cost of ATSC 3.0 service delivery. Leveraging the ATSC 3.0 Translator, broadcasters can efficiently repeat or translate their existing ATSC 3.0 signal to other areas without the need for an entire broadcast chain, minimizing costs, equipment, and power. In addition, the ATSC 3.0 Translator includes an optional feature for NEXTGEN TV signing, helping broadcasters quickly expand the reach of ATSC 3.0 services.
The ATSC 3.0 Translator validates ATSC 3.0 signals in real time down to the frame structure, offering support for multiple physical layer pipes. Using the innovative solution, broadcasters can perform ATSC 3.0 network troubleshooting and postmortem analysis with log and trend files to improve NEXTGEN TV experiences for viewers.
The solution is ideal for both public state-wide networks and private cloud-based environments. The ATSC 3.0 Translator is also perfect for business channels using SRT distribution, signal capturing for manufacturing, signal monitoring for automobiles and remote areas, ATSC 3.0 retransmission, changing channel numbers for local broadcast stations, and more.
Ensure Unparalleled Content Protection for NEXTGEN TV Content
Triveni’s StreamScope® XM Analyzer and Monitor are the industry’s first test and measurement products to support the NEXTGEN TV decryption protocols. Using the new decryption functionality on StreamScope XM, broadcasters can transmit encrypted content in the ATSC 3.0 environment to better understand who their subscribers are and monetize NEXTGEN TV services, while ensuring outstanding content integrity.
Triveni Digital’s GuideBuilder® XM broadcast chain and StreamScope XM products are being used by A3SA, the security authority, for testing and certification services.
Groundbreaking Solution Wins NAB Technology Innovation Award
Triveni Digital, PBS North Carolina, and Device Solutions Inc. received the 2023 NAB Technology Innovation Award for “Demonstration of an ATSC 3.0 Solution for Emergency Paging.” The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) honored the three entities for their groundbreaking, end-to-end proof-of-concept solution that delivers emergency digital pages leveraging ATSC 3.0 datacasting technology.
The solution created by PBS North Carolina, Device Solutions, and Triveni Digital enables more efficient, reliable, and secure delivery of emergency information with better coverage, significantly advancing the current state of emergency paging technology. Leveraging ATSC 3.0 datacasting, first responders can deliver a massive volume of data quickly to many receivers at the same time, allowing them to reach the public faster during an emergency.
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