Monday, April 9, 2018 adds another milestone passed for ATSC3.0.
Avateq participated in the latest testing of ATSC 3.0 compatibility during PlugFest 2018, as a member of ATSC 3.0 equipment development, manufacturing entity involved in production and deployment of the next-gen standard, representing Canada.
FCC's authorization of the new ATSC 3.0 next-gen broadcast transmission standard voluntary rollout is official as of March 5th, 2018.
"Demonstrations in PyeongChang and Raleigh, N.C., showcase ATSC 3.0's capabilities "- TVTechnology
For over 2 years we have been investing into the development of equipment to support ATSC3.0
TVNewsCheck's TV2020 panel session during NAB Show NY has brought together business leaders in broadcasting to discuss current development of ATSC3.0.
As the new generation of TV is upon us, our determination and thrive for change are the building blocks of this future.
From commercial and public broadcasters to public safety, capabilities of ATSC 3.0 are as endless as are vital.
Digital television pioneer WRAL-TV, Capitol Broadcasting's NBC affiliate in Raleigh-Durham, N.C., launched its new ATSC 3.0 TV station with the nation's first live simulcast of a commercially licensed television station.
"The petition requests the FCC approve the core transmission technology for the new standard as an option for local broadcasters and receiver manufacturers."
The event was hosted by One Media and allowed manufacturers to test ATSC3.0 equipment.
FCC grants Sinclair-Coherent Logix joint venture special temporary authority to operate facility
Avateq Corp. will attend TG3 SG/AHG F2F meeting on Nov 16. We look forward to group discussions about field testing and lab performance.