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Are 5G and ATSC 3.0 on a collision course?

Elephants in the Room December 29th 2017 - 11:00 AM

Now that the FCC has approved ATSC 3.0 transmission, broadcasters need to get ahead of 5G.

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New Hearst Television transmitters for repack will include GatesAir’s new ATSC 3.0-ready Maxiva XTE exciter.

Hearst Television Commits to GatesAir for Repack December 8th 2017 - 11:00 AM

New TV transmission technology and services agreement includes site audits, turnkey solutions and installation services for up to 13 stations affected by the TV spectrum repack.

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The first shipment will include six TFU-WB UHF broadband antennas for interim repack antennas as tower crews remove old systems.

Dielectric Enters New Repack Agreement December 5th 2017 - 01:50 PM

Dielectric and Quincy Media Inc have reached a Repack Agreement for nine TV stations in Phases One and Two, with more stations in subsequent phases.

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The new “Living Lab” test station is a joint venture between the CTA and NAB.

CTA and NAB Jointly Promote ATSC 3.0 “Living Lab” November 20th 2017 - 11:00 AM

Two years ago proponents of ATSC 3.0 began looking for a facility to host the testing of the country’s next-generation TV broadcasting standard. Similar to the early days of digital broadcasting—when the 8-VSB modulation scheme was being considered for use by TV stations in the U.S.—engineers from GatesAir, LG Electronics USA and Zenith Corp. needed a place to conduct field trials of the proposed new technology.

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PBS member station WPBT serving Miami-Ft. Lauderdale is in Phase 2 of the repack.

Rohde & Schwarz Providing Turnkey Repack Solution for WPBT November 6th 2017 - 01:00 PM

WPBT South Florida PBS has contracted Rohde & Schwarz to provide a complete turnkey solution, including a new liquid-cooled transmitter, for the station’s FCC repack transition.

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Broadcaster Sistema Clube replaced 13 TV transmitters with new GatesAir Maxivas.

Field Report: Sao Paolo’s Sistema Clube Gets Major GatesAir Upgrade November 1st 2017 - 01:00 PM

Single-frequency networks boost DTV signal strength while GatesAir liquid-cooled technology reduces tropical climate cooling loads and utility costs.

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