A Candidate Standard is a document that has received significant review within a specialist group. Advancement of a document to Candidate Standard is an explicit call to those outside of the related specialist group for implementation and technical feedback. This is the phase at which the specialist group is responsible for formally acquiring that experience or at least defining the expectations of implementation.
Approved 6 March 2019. The CS period ends on 30 September 2019.
This document specifies information describing the availability of broadcast services over time within a broadcast region. Broadcast receivers may use this information to help construct a list of services that may be available to them. Additionally, the information provides a schedule that allows receivers to maintain an up-to-date service list. This document describes how the […]Read More Download PDF File Download Zip File
Approved 23 May 2019. The CS period ends on 15 November 2019
This standard specifies the protocol on the Studio-to-Transmitter Link (STL) from studio side infrastructure to an SFN of Transmitters. It defines delivery protocols for ALP Transport. The document also defines possible interfaces among the studio infrastructure, for example the interconnection of the ATSC 3.0 Link Layer Protocol (ALP) and a Broadcast Gateway. This document specifies […]Read More Download PDF File
Approved 2 January 2019. Update 11 July 2019. The CS period ends on 30 September 2019. This document is currently at ballot as a Proposed Standard.
This document specifies the communication protocol between an ATSC 3.0 Primary Device (PD) and an ATSC 3.0 Companion Device (CD). In this context, the primary device is the primary receiver and is used to present the primary content. The companion device communicates with the primary device to present related, supplementary content, or even the same […]Read More Download PDF File
Approved 13 March 2019. This document is currently under ballot as a Proposed Standard.