At the 2017 NAB Show, Artel Video Systems will introduce transition over fiber and IP solutions for ATSC 3.0 for its InfinityLink broadcast media transport platform.
Artel said its transition solutions will enable over-the-air broadcast and content delivery for the new IP-based ATSC 3.0 standard, while retaining legacy signal transport capabilities for ATSC 1.0.
It includes all necessary platform components and optical and/or electrical transceivers, ready for interconnection with either customer-furnished, single-mode fiber or a local, carrier-supplied IP GigE service.
"Artel understands the complexity of ATSC 3.0 adoption and the impact this will have on broadcasters. As TV stations and networks start the migration from ATSC 1.0 to 3.0, they will need solutions to make this migration as seamless as possible and accommodate their specific requirements and timing for 3.0 adoption," said Rafael Fonseca, Artel’s vp of product management.
Artel will demonstrate solutions using InfinityLink at NAB.
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