Posted on March 1, 2016 in ATSC News
ATSC sponsor ENENSYS Technologies has years of experience in the design and manufacturing of digital TV transmission systems. Founded in 2004, ENENSYS is a leader in digital TV network optimization and regionalization. Its products sit between encoding/multiplexing and transmission, facilitating signal distribution over a wide variety of networks, including Internet Protocol.
ENENSYS recognizes the powerful impact that ATSC 3.0 represents for digital TV transmission in the United States with the addition of capabilities like UHD and HDR. The combination of ENENSYS’s understanding of ATSC 3.0 and its global digital TV expertise (in DVB-T2, LTE Broadcast and ISDB-T) is driving product development. For instance, a new ROUTE server, ATSC 3.0 Scheduler and ATSC 3.0 Modulator will be able to deliver live streams directly from an encoder outputting DASH segments, while managing ATSC 3.0 physical parameters including MultiPLP allocation and SFN synchronization.
These technologies, based on ENENSYS’ well-known HDc modular platform, have been developed to comply with the new standard, allowing broadcasters and network operators to take advantage of ATSC 3.0’s benefits.
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