Posted on December 2, 2019 in ATSC News
ATSC 2019 sponsor GatesAir has led the way in digital TV since the launch of their first-to-market commercially-available ATSC 1.0 systems in the late 1990s. They helped pioneer WRAL-TV to become the first commercial station on air with ATSC 1.0, and we helped educate people both within and outside the industry as co-sponsors of the Harris-PBS DTV Express project. GatesAir continues that leadership into ATSC 3.0 where the company has been involved with standards development as a co-proponent of physical layer technology, following with leading-edge ATSC 3.0 SFN deployments in Korea and the U.S. GatesAir’s award-winning portfolio of transmission solutions enables broadcasters to make the transition from ATSC 1.0 to ATSC 3.0 with the greatest of ease, the lowest total cost of ownership, and the strongest peace of mind.
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