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Title: ATSC 3.0&x2014;The Next Step in the Evolution of Digital Television
Authors: Richard Chernock;Jerry C. Whitaker;Yiyan Wu
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The goals of ATSC 3.0 are to improve the television viewing experience with higher audio and video quality, compression efficiency, robust transmission for reception on both fixed and mobile devices, and more accessibility, personalization, and interactivity. ATSC is also addressing changing consumer behavior and preferences, providing TV content on a wide variety of devices. Furthermore, ATSC is working to add value to the broadcasting service platform, extending its reach and adding new business models-all without the restriction of backward compatibility with the legacy system. Formal planning for ATSC 3.0 began back in 2010 in a planning team tasked with looking at what a next-generation system might look like. Requirements were subsequently developed based on the usage scenarios. Formal standards development work began in 2012, with the first specification completed and published in March 2016. ATSC 3.0 is being built to last. Technology advances rapidly and so methods to gracefully evolve have been built into the core of the system. An essential capability is to signal when a layer or components of a layer evolve-including the ability to signal minor version changes and updates, and major version changes and updates. The goal of this flexibility is to avoid disruptive technology transitions, and to enable graceful transitions from one technology to another.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/136508
volume: 63
issue: 1
More Information: 166,
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Title: ATSC 3.0&x2014;The Next Step in the Evolution of Digital Television
Authors: Richard Chernock;Jerry C. Whitaker;Yiyan Wu
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The goals of ATSC 3.0 are to improve the television viewing experience with higher audio and video quality, compression efficiency, robust transmission for reception on both fixed and mobile devices, and more accessibility, personalization, and interactivity. ATSC is also addressing changing consumer behavior and preferences, providing TV content on a wide variety of devices. Furthermore, ATSC is working to add value to the broadcasting service platform, extending its reach and adding new business models-all without the restriction of backward compatibility with the legacy system. Formal planning for ATSC 3.0 began back in 2010 in a planning team tasked with looking at what a next-generation system might look like. Requirements were subsequently developed based on the usage scenarios. Formal standards development work began in 2012, with the first specification completed and published in March 2016. ATSC 3.0 is being built to last. Technology advances rapidly and so methods to gracefully evolve have been built into the core of the system. An essential capability is to signal when a layer or components of a layer evolve-including the ability to signal minor version changes and updates, and major version changes and updates. The goal of this flexibility is to avoid disruptive technology transitions, and to enable graceful transitions from one technology to another.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/136508
volume: 63
issue: 1
More Information: 166,
169
Appears in Collections:2017

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7845630.pdf961.01 kBAdobe PDF
Title: ATSC 3.0&x2014;The Next Step in the Evolution of Digital Television
Authors: Richard Chernock;Jerry C. Whitaker;Yiyan Wu
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The goals of ATSC 3.0 are to improve the television viewing experience with higher audio and video quality, compression efficiency, robust transmission for reception on both fixed and mobile devices, and more accessibility, personalization, and interactivity. ATSC is also addressing changing consumer behavior and preferences, providing TV content on a wide variety of devices. Furthermore, ATSC is working to add value to the broadcasting service platform, extending its reach and adding new business models-all without the restriction of backward compatibility with the legacy system. Formal planning for ATSC 3.0 began back in 2010 in a planning team tasked with looking at what a next-generation system might look like. Requirements were subsequently developed based on the usage scenarios. Formal standards development work began in 2012, with the first specification completed and published in March 2016. ATSC 3.0 is being built to last. Technology advances rapidly and so methods to gracefully evolve have been built into the core of the system. An essential capability is to signal when a layer or components of a layer evolve-including the ability to signal minor version changes and updates, and major version changes and updates. The goal of this flexibility is to avoid disruptive technology transitions, and to enable graceful transitions from one technology to another.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/136508
volume: 63
issue: 1
More Information: 166,
169
Appears in Collections:2017

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7845630.pdf961.01 kBAdobe PDF