While ATSC 2.0 added backwards-compatible enhancements like Mobile DTV to the existing ATSC Digital Television standard, ATSC 3.0 is a next-generation version of digital television that proposes significant improvements in performance, functionality, and efficiency.
Monday, August 05, 2013
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Harris Broadcast will introduce its Platinum™ VAX Compact Class range of VHF transmitters at the 2013 NAB Show (Las Vegas Convention Center, April 8-11, Booth N2503), adapting the company’s compact, power-efficient transmission philosophy to low-power VHF applications for ATSC and worldwide terrestrial standards.
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Harris Broadcast is now shipping the broadcast industry’s first comprehensive solution compliant to the new ATSC standards for transmitter synchronization, ensuring that broadcasters have an all-in-one terrestrial and mobile platform to improve over-the-air signal coverage and maximize viewing audiences.
The ATSC A/110: 2011 specification provides the standards-based solution for ATSC broadcasters to enable single-frequency networks. This allows broadcasters to synchronize over-the-air content across mobile DTV systems and distributed transmission networks that use multiple low-power transmitters within a broadcast market.
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Harris Broadcast and Geo-Broadcast Solutions (GBS) are touting a solution based on GBS’ ZoneCasting strategy that allows radio broadcasters to maximize market-wide signal penetration and revenue opportunities today — even as the industry awaits FCC approval for ZoneCasting.
The MaxxCasting solution uses a network topology similar to the ZoneCasting architecture for targeted, over-the-air radio broadcasting, but instead focuses on simulcasting content to improve coverage.