Posted on January 2, 2023 in ATSC News
SK Telecom announced on December 28 (local time) in Washington, D.C., that it succeeded in transmitting terrestrial broadcasting using MEC and virtualization technology in collaboration with Sinclair Broadcast Group, North America’s largest terrestrial broadcaster, and Cast.era, a media tech company under SK Square.
This demonstration was conducted in the Arlington area near Washington, D.C. Using ATSC 3.0 standard radio waves applied with the SKT Media Edge platform, communication was conducted with a driving vehicle through WIAV-CD, a Sinclair local broadcasting system.
>>>Read the full story on Korea IT Times here.
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