Doug Lung /
01.14.2010 02:50 PM
ATSC Schedules Seminar on Mobile DTV
The ATSC Mobile DTV Seminar planned for Feb. 3, 2010 in Washington D.C. should provide an excellent opportunity to learn about Mobile DTV. The morning seminar session is an overview of the major elements in the ATSC Mobile DTV Standard (A/153). The afternoon session focuses on strategies for implementation and operation of broadcast facilities, services and the status of industry testing and trials.

Presenters include Wayne Bretl from Zenith/LGE, who will explain the physical layer; Rich Chernock from Triveni Digital, who's set to discuss the transport/IP; Art Allison from NAB who will cover application and interactivity; and ION's Brett Jenkins who will be explaining presentation.

Mike Bergman from Kenwood will provide an update on the Consumer Electronics Association's mobile DTV special interest group. Jay Adrick (Harris) covers system design, while Peter Mataga (Roundbox) will be explaining coverage extension, signaling, and the electronic service guide. Dave Benco (Rohde and Schwarz) will be there to discuss single frequency networks. And Anne Schelle from OMVC is scheduled to deliver the final paper, "Mobile DTV: It's Really Here."

Mark Aitken from Sinclair will guide the wrap-up session.

For more information, see 2010 ATSC Seminar on Mobile DTV. Cost is $75 for ATSC members and $125 for non-members.

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