At the moment it is far from clear exactly how the OTA TV landscape will evolve in the US over the next few years… the only sure thing is that we are in a period of rapid change.
Why keeping control of wi-fi and other devices within a broadcast facility to ensure there is no interference with critical devices is essential.
Test & measurement innovator, PHABRIX, a Leader Company, provided four PHABRIX Qx rasterizers, nine Leader LV5600 waveform monitors and two LV7600 rasterizers to TVN LIVE PRODUCTION. Headquartered in Hanover, Germany, TVN is one of Europe’s leading providers of mobile television services, working on high-profile productions including football tournaments and music festivals for more than 35 years. The company is also in demand as a supplier and partner in the development and introduction of innovative technical solutions.
Here we look at codecs and encoding for digital RF modulation such as ATSC 3.0, DVB and other digital OTA standards, and network requirements for encoding and delivering streaming internet video.
This is the fourth of a multi-part series exploring the science and practical applications of RF technology in broadcast. Here we discuss codecs & encoding, the need to carefully manage the proliferation of RF devices within facilities and the future of OTA TV.
Moving beyond the use of three primary colors could significantly increase the range of colors we can reproduce. There is no doubt it could improve the viewer experience but what are the barriers to adoption?
Traditional monolithic software applications were often difficult to maintain and upgrade. In part, this was due to the massive interdependencies within the code that required the entire application to be upgraded and restarted resulting in down-time that regularly created many headaches for the software developers and users. Consequently, software upgrades and releases were delayed until they really needed to be done, resulting in an inherent fear of most changes to the application.
Studio Transmitter Links, remote monitoring, QoS probes, and other OTA signal monitoring solutions… and verifying signal coverage stability.