The forthcoming transition to ATSC 3.0 will usher in the need for higher data rates and more channel capacity in the over-the-air architecture. Broadcasters will apply their experience as “Bit Managers” in the studio infrastructure to the RF operation, with the knowledge that more power leads to higher quality of service
A new experimental TV station has one viewer. Only a handful of TV sets in the world today, including three in the U.S. can receive ATSC 3.0 broadcasts. Television station WRAL is broadcasting a new ATSC 3.0 channel has one of the rare prototype sets that can receive and display the
W.B. Walton Enterprises makes “Walton De-Ice” satellite earth station antenna de-icing and weather protection solutions. The company will showcase its latest systems to help satellite earth stations maintain unmatched uptime in winter climates at IBC 2016 in Amsterdam.
Dielectric is giving away intuitive, interactive DASP software to TV/FM broadcasters and RF consultants. This powerful software enables users to accurately consider new antenna solutions ahead of the Spectrum Repack rush.
Many TV broadcasters will move be required to a lower UHF channel or to the VHF band during the multi-year FCC repack process, and in most cases will need a temporary auxiliary antenna to minimize on-air disruption. Broadcasters can prepare for the FCC Spectrum Repack hardware updates by signing Preferred
Jampro returns to NAB with both TV and Radio broadcasters’ needs in mind. The manufacturer is showcasing their full line of antennas, combiners, and filters that represent a legacy of value, service and quality at this year’s NAB 2016 Show.
The ATSC 3.0 standard specifies an entire next-generation broadcasting system, from the RF transmission through presentation to the viewer or listener and all the necessary items between the camera and the consumer.