Posted on March 5, 2014 in ATSC News
These organization charts that show TG3’s structure and the many areas for member involvement. There are four Specialist Groups: S31, System Requirements & Program Management; S32, Physical Layer; S33, Management & Protocols; and S34, Applications & Presentation Layer. Under each Specialist Group are a number of Ad-Hoc Groups, each working on critical elements of the standard.
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