Inside TV Technology’s July Issue
NextGen TV deployment, FCC rules against using vacant channels for ATSC 3.0 and the new HDMI 2.1 standard
With 2020 marked as ATSC 3.0’s big launch, the rollout of NextGen TV has had to contend with a pandemic and all the residual effects of that, but the process is underway.
Read more about how the deployment of NextGen TV is currently underway and the rest of TVT’s July print issue online (opens in new tab), or download the pdf to read offline.
Here’s a quick glance at some other stories in the issue:
FCC: Broadcasters Can’t Use Vacant Channels for ATSC 3.0
The commission has declined to allow vacant in-band channels to be used for ATSC 3.0 deployment, which broadcasters sought but computer companies opposed.
What HDMI 2.1 Could Mean for 8K, HDR
As the needs of television continue to change, the new HDMI standard is set to be the next step in the process.
The entire issue is available here (opens in new tab).
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