Posted on June 9, 2022 in ATSC News
(Image credit: Hyundai Mobis via TV Tech)
South Korean auto parts manufacturer Hyundai Mobis has developed, tested and announced the first ATSC 3.0 receiver-equipped vehicles will be on the road in the United States next year, Madeleine Noland, president of the Advanced Television Systems Committee said today during opening remarks at ATSC NextGen Broadcast Conference in Detroit.
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