Posted on December 3, 2020 in ATSC News
Jampro Antennas currently manufactures terrestrial FCC DTV transmission systems. Existing clients may transition from ATSC-1.0 to ATSC-3.0. Some have already started this major move.
The Jampro legacy goes back to 1954. It now includes the AlanDick Broadcast product line based in the UK. These products descend from major European institutions. They include the BBC, EMI and the world’s largest broadcast network operator, Arqiva.
Multiple global applications already follow both the DVB-T and DVBT2 standards. ATSC-3.0 has adopted many of the DVB-T2 standards and parameters. These allow Jampro’s experience to match and enhance the future requirements of the ATSC 3.0 standard.
Furthermore, Jampro has recently implemented the world’s largest broadcast Single Frequency Network (SFN) in Singapore with over 200 sites. They utilize DVB-T2 technology or their many UHF DTV channels.
We have also installed many major towers/masts. These include high power (TTHP) multichannel networks. Included is the CN Tower in Toronto, Canada. This installation occurred over 40 years ago.
Moreover, the implementation of Single Frequency Networks (SFN) will majorly influence the rollout of ATSC-3.0. Finally, a bi-directional PLP application within a Single Frequency
Network (SFN) nodes and devices holds significant promise for a new revenue application. Jampro already promotes and ships systems for the ATSC-3.0 standard.
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