GatesAir StreamAssure solution supports multiple monitoring points at 26 transmitter sites and central headends in Ethiopia.
Content that does not match broadcast or VOD delivery specifications can have a detrimental impact on any media facility. Non-compliant content is likely to be rejected by the service provider requiring the producer of that content to make the necessary adjustments. However, with proper quality control technology and workflow such costly errors can be prevented.
A new, full-featured, multichannel, off-air ATSC 3.0 professional receiver is designed for content monitoring and repurposing, and was recently used during the Korean Winter Olympics.
The increase of IP technology, now merged into broadcast links, requires new test equipment. This article looks at RF IP probes and video monitors.
Video Clarity will showcase the new RTM Manager, now with automated QoE. The monitor is perfect for OTT or VOD applications.
The ATSC 3.0 standard will open new business models and opportunities for broadcasters that are largely due to its inherent IP networking attributes. Vision-ATSC poses valuable benefits to Lighthouse station operations, co-located stations sharing either ATSC 1.0 or 3.0 transmission infrastructure (Co-Los), channel sharing, single-frequency networks, and service level agreements (SLAs) that will become common in an ATSC 3.0 universe.
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