New transmitter continues the Magma Series product line that started with a line of UHF high-power, liquid-cooled transmitters.
TV is changing, again. Color, hi-fi, stereo, VCRs, DTV, HDTV and flat panel displays were all significant technology achievements, affordable for all TV viewers, with obvious benefits and near-overnight popularity. Viewer and station benefits of moving to the incompatible ATSC 3.0 system and NextGen TV are interesting, but a bit less clear.
At one time the only repeatable source of light on Earth was the sun. Later it was found that if bodies were made hot enough, they would radiate light. Any treatment of illumination has to start with the radiation from heated bodies.
Internet packets can be occasionally dropped, primarily due to instantaneous congestion in routers. Dropped packets need to be recovered for glitch-free video. Given enough time, any losses can be recovered, but contribution applications are typically latency-sensitive and can not ‘wait forever’.
V-Nova has become a new member of the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC), where it will help promote and contribute to the emerging ATSC 3.0 specification for digital terrestrial broadcasting worldwide. The company said that intelligent media compression is core to delivering new ATSC 3.0 services.
In support of the TV repack of wireless spectrum now occurring in the U.S., two WorldCast Group companies—WorldCast Systems and Connect—have been selected to develop and supply an Antenna Switch Controller System along with a unified monitoring platform for the RF operations (DTV and FM) at Sutro Tower. Overlooking San Francisco from its 977-foot-high steel tower, Sutro Tower is used by television and radio stations throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
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