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Consensus is growing that 5G networks will be best placed to transmit broadcast services to future mobile devices.

German 5G Today Project Starts Field Trials For Mobile Broadcast May 24th 2019 - 09:00 AM

Germany’s 5G Today project has started its field trial for TV over 5G networks with a remit to contribute towards wider standardization of broadcasting over cellular.

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Data Recording and Transmission: RF May 13th 2019 - 11:00 AM

In part 8 of the series “Data transmission and storage”, consultant John Watkinson looks at some of the intricacies of RF transmission.

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Globecast offers a range of contribution solutions, including the M’ICar, a hybrid of cellular bonding and Ka-band satellite connectivity.

Globecast Live Brings Any Event To Any Screen April 11th 2019 - 10:00 AM

At the 2019 NAB Show, Globecast will launch Globecast Live, a turnkey live content solution that leverages a fully integrated contribution and Digital Media Hub (DMH) content processing workflow to deliver “any event to any screen.”

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Signs that the age of mobile broadcasting has arrived at NAB 2019 after many false starts.

NAB CEO Slates Apple for Ignoring ATSC 3.0 Chips April 10th 2019 - 11:00 AM

NAB CEO Gordon Smith’s criticism of Apple for failing to incorporate broadcast-capable chips in its mobile devices was timely for several reasons, even if it may fall on deaf ears.

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The enhanced capabilities of LTE/5G networks via the HPHT overlay is capable of delivering delivering connectionless mobile TV services.

5G Overlay Will Boost Mobile TV, Says This BEIT Speaker March 28th 2019 - 12:05 PM

The combination of high-resolution smartphones, 5G cellular networks and an overlay model effectively emulating digital terrestrial TV (DTT) networks will finally usher in mobile TV services at large scale.

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Augmented and virtual reality traffic will grow nearly 12-fold from 22 petabytes per month in 2017, to 254 petabytes per month in 2022.

Mobile Video Boom Will Drive 5G Roll Out March 14th 2019 - 10:00 AM

The mobile video boom will continue over the next few years and consume an ever-greater proportion of overall global network backbone capacity, according to the latest update of the Cisco Mobile Visual Networking Index (MVNI) Forecast (2017 – 2022).

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