The FUTURECAST Universal Terrestrial Broadcasting System is the latest collaboration among LG, Zenith and GatesAir, co-inventors of the transmission system behind the ATSC A/153 Mobile Digital TV Standard, adopted by the industry in 2009. Zenith invented the core transmission system at the heart of today’s ATSC A/53 Digital Television Standard, approved by the Federal Communications Commission in 1996.
NAB Show Demonstrations to Highlight Improved Performance, Emergency Alerting, Targeted Advertising, Flexible Options for Future ATSC 3.0 Broadcasts LAS VEGAS, April 8, 2015 – Television broadcasters gathering here next week at the annual National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show will see the future of over-the-air TV, as the “FUTURECAST Universal Terrestrial Broadcasting System” expands to […]Read More
Real-World Trials in Ohio to Follow Successful Testing in Wisconsin Showing Robust, Simultaneous Reception of 4K Ultra HD and Mobile TV Signals CLEVELAND, April 2, 2015 – The future of TV is coming to Cleveland where experimental broadcasts will further verify the capabilities of transmission technologies developed for the ATSC 3.0 next-generation television broadcast standard. The […]Read More
FIELD TESTS OF FUTURECAST NEXT-GEN TV BROADCAST SYSTEM FIRST TO DEMONSTRATE ‘PHYSICAL LAYER’ CAPABILITIES OF 4K AND ROBUST MOBILE TRANSMISSION FOR ATSC 3.0
Real-World Overnight Trials of FUTURECAST Hardware in Wisconsin Shows Simultaneous Reception of 4K Ultra HD and Mobile TV Signals MADISON, Wis, Oct. 22, 2014 – While most TV viewers in Wisconsin’s capital city were fast asleep, the future of television broadcast technology was witnessed early this morning by a select group of broadcast industry professionals […]Read More