The amount of progress made over the last couple of months on the ATSC 3.0 suite of standards is quite impressive.
I am pleased to report that we are making excellent progress toward completion of ATSC 3.0—the next generation digital television system.
I am pleased to report considerable progress on moving key elements of ATSC 3.0 forward toward standardization.
The Technology Group working to develop ATSC 3.0 (TG3) has just approved the core physical layer specification as a Candidate Standard.
Approval of a standard in ATSC requires at least two levels of balloting: first, the Technology and Standards Group (TSG) and second, the ATSC membership itself.
The work to develop a comprehensive standard for mobile and handheld services—known as "ATSC Mobile DTV"—has reached a milestone with publication of the A/153 Candidate Standard document set.
Designated ATSC-M/H, the standard will be backward-compatible, allowing existing DTV services to operate in the same RF channel, without adverse impact on existing receiving equipment.
The ATSC has developed a comprehensive plan for future work of the organization, reflecting the evolution of technology over the next two to five years.
ATSC has launched an ambitious project to demonstrate the capabilities of the Advanced Common Application Platform for interactive television.
The ATSC is organizing a half-day seminar on the Advanced Common Application Platform for interactive television.
Nearly two years after the FCC mandated the use of PSIP, reports can still be heard of stations struggling to get it right.
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