Posted on June 8, 2021 in ATSC News
Eurofins Digital Testing has been working consistently to support the roll-out of ATSC 3.0 standards and the adoption of the NEXTGEN TV logo. Through our participation in the ATSC Conformance Implementation Team and other ATSC groups we have been at the forefront of developments in the standards, working in collaboration with other organizations to ensure interoperability and conformance.
Arreios for ATSC 3.0 is our comprehensive test harness and test suite, which enables conformance testing for ATSC 3.0 digital TV receivers. Compatibility and interoperability of devices and services is key to the continued success of ATSC 3.0 roll out and Eurofins global expertise in testing and test automation has been crucial for CE device manufacturers.
Alongside our suite of test tools, Eurofins developed the conformance test suite for the CTA NEXTGEN TV logo as well as test material for the ATSC 3.0 Security Authority (A3SA) certification program.
Considerable experience in RF testing has positioned us as a global expert and Eurofins Hong Kong test facility is the first ATSC 3.0 lab in the world that is ISO accredited meeting HOKLAS ISO17025 standards. Working with broadcasters and operators we offer bespoke development projects and professional services. For further information on all of our ATSC 3.0 products and services visit the website: https://www.eurofins-digitaltesting.com/ATSC 3.0/
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