Rohde & Schwarz, Kathrein team up on deployment in Germany
The company will feature R&S CLIPSTER 6.2 and R&S VENICE
Company is supplying 50W transmitter, a TV analyzer and broadcast test center
Highlights include new air-cooled UHF transmitter
Five TV broadcasters locating at One World Trade Center in downtown Manhattan have selected the Rohde & Schwarz THU9evo digital transmitter to serve over-the-air viewers in New York City and a seventh will partner to channel share with a sister station using the transmitter, the company announced today.
Yew-jin Cheong has been appointed director of broadcast and media by Rohde & Schwarz.
With regulatory approval behind it and the last individual standards in the suite of ATSC 3.0 standards nearing finalization, the focus is now turning to actual implementation of the next-gen TV standard on the broadcaster and CE maker sides of the equation.
As WPBT South Florida PBS prepares for its FCC repack transition, the station has chosen to go with Rohde & Schwarz to help provide a turnkey solution.
While the move for ATSC 3.0 is being pushed for here in the U.S., South Korea is already utilizing the next-gen TV standard.
Rohde & Schwarz announced it will make the first U.S. showing of technology it acquired from Motama GmbH, which it bought in May, during the NAB Show New York, Oct. 18-19 at the Javits Convention Center in Manhattan.
Rohde & Schwarz today announced successful compatibility testing of its R&S Prismon monitoring and multiviewer solution with Unified Streaming’s Unified Origin.
Rohde & Schwarz continues to boost its FCC repack installation and service team, announcing the hiring of Matthew Roush as a broadcast support engineer.
More than 40 exhibitors will come together at IP Showcase to demonstrate IP interoperability of their products in a realistic, live environment.
Rohde & Schwarz has hired industry veterans Devin Wickham, Don Backus and Faizal Iqbal to help the company support new and existing customers through the FCC repack.
The FCC repack has significantly impacted OTA Broadcasting, a six-year old broadcast station group started by computer entrepreneur Michael Dell.
With nearly a hundred Sinclair Broadcast Group properties reportedly required to transition to new channel assignments because of the spectrum repack, Sinclair is taking measures to assist in the process with the acquisition of the THU9evo high-power UHF transmitter from Rohde & Schwarz.