Posted on May 6, 2021 in ATSC News
ATSC 2021 sponsor DekTec offers a wide selection of PCIe and USB peripherals for creating mission-critical digital-video applications running on standard PCs. Our product portfolio includes various modulators, receivers and complementary test and measurement solutions that have become the standard in the industry.
We have been involved with ATSC 3.0 since 2016, both by helping to refine the standard and by offering affordable test tools to generate and analyze ATSC 3.0 signals in the lab and in the field. One of DekTec’s core competences, SDR technology, proved to be of great help in rapidly bringing innovative ATSC 3.0 tools to market.
On the modulator side, we offer PC and laptop-based portable solutions to generate custom ATSC 3.0 RF signals with full control of all ATSC 3.0 parameters. On the receiving side, we offer detailed RF and content analysis via our industry-standard Atsc3Xpert and StreamXpert analysis software. Our DTA-2139C can even acquire up to 12 ATSC 3.0 signals at the same time with a single PCIe cards.
DekTec is a 20-year-old Dutch company based in Hilversum, the Netherlands and has sales and design offices around the world with a strong presence in the US and the UK. For more information, check out DekTec – ATSC 3.0 Tools – Overview, or contact DekTec at email@example.com.
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