Posted on April 2, 2015 in ATSC News
For those who want a more comprehensive overview of the evolving ATSC 3.0 standard and its various layers of physical transmission, management protocols, and audio, the ATSC will host its “ATSC 3.0 Bootcamp” on the eve of the ATSC Broadcast TV Conference. Back by popular demand, this seminar and workshop, also at the Reagan Center, brings together the leaders in the development of the next-generation broadcast standard.
“The May 13 ATSC 3.0 Bootcamp will be an ideal place for a deep technical dive on the current status of the standardization effort, from the soon-to-arrive Candidate Standards that will face real-world trials to remaining elements that must be investigated and evaluated as the full ATSC 3.0 standard is finalized in the months ahead,” Richer explained.
Registration for the Wednesday, May 13 ATSC 3.0 Bootcamp is open now.
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