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Challenge of ATSC3.0 deployment consists of proper test equipment, procedures and measurements ensuring a clear signal.
Historical view of the signal performance can be critical in resolving transmission issues. In addition to markers and other measurement tools, Avateq is introducing a new functionality - Max/Min Hold and Average display.
AVQ1022DVBS RF Signal Analyzer and Monitoring Receiver - New Features
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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.
All-day SBE Tutorial at PBS TechCon 2019 on ATSC3.0 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.
AVQ1022 has been tested at the ATSC3.0 transmitter site.
Phoenix, Arizona, is now one of the main centers for ATSC3.0 demonstrations and trials.
The frequency reallocation will require stations to re-tune or even replace the output mask (band-pass) filters. Group delay measurements can help to set up and monitor the performance of the newly set transmission chain.
Stations might face unexpected problems related to inter-modulation interference during frequency repack.
AVQ1022 and all new features will be presented at NAB Show New York, October 18-19. We invite you to visit our booth N818 for a demonstration.
AVQ1022 - RF Layer Monitoring Receiver brings new tools for echo profile monitoring in DAB/DAB+ SFN networks.
Broadcasters around the world are adopting new transmission standards, while in the U.S., stations are preparing to move to new channel assignments, even as they eye single frequency networks as their ticket to reaching consumers moving around outside the home. All of these transmission changes open up new possibilities for in-band and co channel interference, and as engineers prepare to cope with those, they will also need solutions for dealing with the special monitoring needs of SFNs.