Posted on April 10, 2023 in ATSC News
ATSC will be exhibiting at the 2023 NAB Show in the West Hall Booth W3443. The booth promises to be buzzing with activity and we could not have done it without the support and sponsorship of all 16 exhibitors. Below is a snapshot of the exhibitors and their demonstrations, products, and services that will be showcased at the Show. The ATSC booth is “must see” on your Show plans and we can’t wait to see you in Vegas!
Want to get to real business with NextGenTV? Presenting Mobius, the Low Code DTaaS, that unlocks the true value of ATSC 3.0 Spectrum and Network.
Focusing on the NEXTGEN TV “look for the logo” program, Pearl is showcasing HDR, IP delivery, audio accessibility improvements, new antenna options and upgrade accessory devices.
Live Demonstration of Data Distribution as a Service (DdaaS) and Direct To Mobile (D2M) Broadcast of: 1. Emergency Alerts, 2. Remote Education, and 3.FOTA/SOTA.
4. Datacasting – Automotive Entertainment Services
The ATSC Tower Network Implementation Team (IT-5) aim is to design, implement, test, validate, and demonstrate the Inter-Tower Communications Network (ITCN). ITCN is designed to link all broadcast towers to form a Tower Communications Network (cluster) for control, monitoring, data communication, localized datacast and broadcast services, as well as signal distribution to SFN transmission towers, and inter-networking with cloud, Broadcast Core-Network, and other IP networks.
Allegro DVT, the expert in digital TV testing and video codec solutions, showcases its HW based codecs and its NEXTGENTV Testing Solutions with Labwise.
CeWi Networks will be conducting live demonstrations of a small, self-contained, Bluetooth-enabled, ATSC 3.0 mobile receiver.
Coherent Logix is helping shape the future of dynamic operations of the ATSC 3.0 air chain. Stop by to see what we are doing with System Manager and revenue generating developments.
Learn how Crown Castle’s enhanced Video Transport solution keeps you ahead of the competition with more flexibility and control over your video delivery.
Experience Rights Management and Programming, Reimagined content supply chain, Cross-platform and targeted advertising, Digital and OTT, NextGen TV and DAI.
Exhibiting OTT/OTA Integration Solutions.
Powering the latest innovations and streamlining current workflows, Harmonic is committed to guide the ATSC transformation with future-proof solutions.
HPE is about accelerating the shift to IP and virtualization, driving innovation/customer engagement, and operations efficiencies across broadcast networks.
ATSC 3.0 conformance specialists showing CTA NEXTGEN TV Logo and A3SA Test Suites and tools to assure device and application interoperability.
Next Generation TV Services with the Vélo™ broadcast/broadband consumer receiver.
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