While wireless technology was everywhere at CES 2015, it was mostly Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and 4G, and rarely over-the-air broadcasting.
Tablo rep said they are seeing a lot of interest in the product, which is good news for broadcasters.
Ericsson's exhibit focused on the Internet of Things and increased wireless speeds via 5G, while Qualcomm showed unlicensed LTE technology using 5 GHz Wi-Fi spectrum.
U.K. telecom regulator Ofcom released an update on UK preparations for the World Radiocommunication Conference 2015 (WRC-15) taking place Nov. 2-27 in Geneva.
Transmitters will deliver power to separate VHF and UHF circularly polarized RFS panel antennas mounted just below the top of the spire.
Radiometer, described as a "spinning lasso," detects differences in the Earth's natural emission of microwaves caused by water in the soil.
Looking ahead, TV broadcasters will have to decide how important over-the-air broadcasting is to their business.
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