The purpose of the new Video Delivery Network model is to provide high-performing capacity with economies of scale for the benefit of (potentially) all broadcasters in a geographic location.
Philo T. Farnsworth’s reported first words upon seeing the first TV image, which happened to be transmitted wirelessly, were “There you are, electronic television!” Some 95 years later, TV broadcasters and viewers rely more on wireless electronics than ever.
A consortium of the five largest motion picture studios in the U.S. is developing the next generation of production and post workflows, using the cloud at its core, to save time and money and allow the best and brightest production teams to be located anywhere in the world yet collaborate and share files as if they were in the same room. Indeed, by the end of 2030, entertainment productions will be produced in very different ways, rearranging or inverting today’s workflow steps dramatically.
As the 2022 NAB Show approaches, leading TV bonded cellular manufacturers reveal what can be seen in their exhibits and the direction bonded cellular TV news and sports transport is headed.
The central theme in the 2022 TV T&M market segment is better, faster, more reliable, simple and affordable.
With the ongoing growth of OTT content consumption, and the drive from broadcasters to provide high-scale Direct to Consumer OTT services, market requirements now demand streaming services that operate at the scale and quality of existing broadcast services.
In digital television broadcasting, what matters is that the pictures should be displayed at the correct frame rate and lip-sync should be achieved in an isochronous system.
The Fourier transform is one of the most enduring and looking at the basics is a good place to start.