First implementation of 5G-ATSC3.0 broadcasting was shown in Jeju Techno Park (South Korea).
Buffalo, NY, is the 24th market to start broadcasting NextGen TV.
Avateq's engineering team has conducted a research and presents a White Paper with the analysis of long distance transmission utilizing ATSC 3.0 standard.
In 2 weeks, Sinclair Broadcast Group plans to launch ATSC3.0 over-the-air delivery of four radio stations as part of its STIRR XT digital audio service in Seattle.
FCC rule changes released Jan.19, 2021 expands the permissible range of signal spillover from DTS, enabling ATSC3.0 signal and services to be delivered to an expanded number of viewers and devices.
ATSC 3.0 in Detroit opens new possibilities for testing the NextGen TV for automotive industry needs.
"ATSC 3.0, a new broadcast signaling standard branded as "NextGenTV," is starting to break away from the TV screen and gain its first foothold on the smartphone."
"HUNT VALLEY, Md.—Sinclair Broadcast Group has announced its acquisition of two Class A TV stations located in the Washington, D.C., market: WIAV-CD and WDCO-CD. With the acquisition, Sinclair plans to demonstrate NextGen TV capabilities."
New real-world applications grow on the capabilities of the NextGen TV
"Collaboration represents broadcast industry's first comprehensive, end-to-end solution for SFN Development" - PMG
ATSC 3.0 has been given thumbs up for new broadband applications.
"New era of television with Nextgen TV" has launched in Las Vegas.
ATSC published a map of NextGen TV deployment in U.S.
Pearl TV welcomes Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. as its ninth member - expanding to "nearly half of all broadcast television stations in the Unites States" as Pearl-member stations.
January 27th,2020 - Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning (Ontario, Canada) held "The Road to ATSC 3.0 - Next-Gen Broadcast Innovation Seminar" at the Barret Centre for Technology Innovation.
BIA Advisory Services forecast the potential for local TV Stations to "grow revenue 50% over the next 10 years as they deploy ATSC 3.0".
IP-based state-of-the-art digital broadcast standard - ATSC 3.0, now global.
AVQ200 - RF Signal Inspector for off-air signal monitoring of ATSC 1.0 and ATSC 3.0
On October 3rd, National Association of Broadcasters and America's Public Television Stations submitted a petition regarding the expansion of single-frequency networks (SFNs) in relation to ATSC 3.0 deployment across the United States.
Amsterdam is hosting 52nd International Broadcasting Convention.
Challenge of ATSC 3.0 deployment consists of proper test equipment, procedures and measurements ensuring a clear signal.
AVQ200 - RF Signal Inspector is featured in article 'A Busy Spring: NAB2019, ATSC 3.0 And Repack', TVTechnology.
Avateq's AVQ1022 - RF Monitoring Analyzer for ATSC 3.0 - at KOBA 2019
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NAB2019 seminars and exhibition were a lot about ATSC 3.0. The NextGen TV was transmitted on three channels inside the Las Vegas Convention Center.
ATSC 3.0 is on display and on the air in Las Vegas.
All-day SBE Tutorial at PBS TechCon 2019 on ATSC 3.0 Next Gen TV - Saturday, April 6th - Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel
Avateq is offering an end of year promotion to upgrade AVQ1020 hardware to the power of AVQ1022.
ATSC 3.0 is pitched to FCC to be a part of a future wireless network.
AVQ1022 has been tested at the ATSC 3.0 transmitter site.
Phoenix, Arizona, is now one of the main centers for ATSC 3.0 demonstrations and trials.
Monday, April 9, 2018 adds another milestone passed for ATSC 3.0.
Avateq participated in the latest testing of ATSC 3.0 compatibility during PlugFest 2018, as a member of ATSC 3.0 equipment development, manufacturing entity involved in production and deployment of the next-gen standard, representing Canada.
FCC's authorization of the new ATSC 3.0 next-gen broadcast transmission standard voluntary rollout is official as of March 5th, 2018.
"Demonstrations in PyeongChang and Raleigh, N.C., showcase ATSC 3.0's capabilities "- TVTechnology
For over 2 years we have been investing into the development of equipment to support ATSC 3.0
TVNewsCheck's TV2020 panel session during NAB Show NY has brought together business leaders in broadcasting to discuss current development of ATSC 3.0.
As the new generation of TV is upon us, our determination and thrive for change are the building blocks of this future.
From commercial and public broadcasters to public safety, capabilities of ATSC 3.0 are as endless as are vital.
Digital television pioneer WRAL-TV, Capitol Broadcasting's NBC affiliate in Raleigh-Durham, N.C., launched its new ATSC 3.0 TV station with the nation's first live simulcast of a commercially licensed television station.
"The petition requests the FCC approve the core transmission technology for the new standard as an option for local broadcasters and receiver manufacturers."
The event was hosted by One Media and allowed manufacturers to test ATSC3.0 equipment.
FCC grants Sinclair-Coherent Logix joint venture special temporary authority to operate facility
Avateq Corp. will attend TG3 SG/AHG F2F meeting on Nov 16. We look forward to group discussions about field testing and lab performance.