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« Reply #60 on: July 16, 2019, 04:28:56 PM »

I just wanted to share an insight article on 8K transmission. We do have a chipset that is becoming available for the 8K chip. The question is it worth the costs and time?

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https://nabpilot.org/some-thoughts-on-the-prospects-of-8k-ultra-hdtv/


The other issue is the VVC and if that would be a chip as well.

It is worth reading.

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« Reply #61 on: August 02, 2019, 07:46:35 AM »

Addressable TV for ATSC 3.0


 (1)   Addressable TV allows advertisers to purchase audiences as opposed to traditional methods of buying based on programming.
 (2)   It provides the] ability to serve different ad content to different audience segments watching the same TV program on IPTV and set top boxes, based on specific audience targeting, in either live, playback or VOD mode.
 (3)   Addressable VOD: A subset of addressable TV where the ad is inserted into cable programs within the VOD content, accessible through a cable provider set top box.


ATSC 3.0 is defined by Digital Trends as industry-created standards that “combine OTA broadcast signals with your home internet. At the base level, actual programming like shows and movies are broadcast and received over the air, while commercials are provided over the internet [through DAI].” This opens the door to addressable TV within the historically one-way broadcast TV sector.

Full article is in the link.
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https://www.admonsters.com/addressable-tv-new-kid-town/
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« Reply #62 on: September 07, 2019, 12:16:13 AM »

Atlanta, Ga. is currently ranked at #10 out of all U.S. terrestrial television markets.
September 6, 2019 was a big day for terrestrial television in Atlanta because several stations changed frequencies today. These frequency changes had to take place before transitions to ATSC 3.0 could begin. At least one high power tv stations should be broadcasting the ATSC 3.0/ATSC 1.0 formats sometime during the first or second quarter of 2020.

Station: WATC-DT - Independent 57  
Market: Atlanta, GA
Rescan Day: September 6, 2019

Station: WCIQ - Public Television 7   PBS
Market: Atlanta, GA
Phase 10: May 2, 2020 - July 3, 2020

Station: WGTV - Public Television 8   PBS
Market: Atlanta, GA
Phase 10: May 2, 2020 - July 3, 2020

Station: WHSG-TV - Trinity Broadcasting Network 63  
Market: Atlanta, GA
Phase 5: August 3, 2019 - September 6, 2019

Station: WPCH-TV - Independent 17  
Market: Atlanta, GA
Rescan Day: September 6, 2019

Station: WPXA-TV - ION Media Networks 14   ION
Market: Atlanta, GA
Rescan Day: September 11, 2019

Station: WSB-TV - ABC 2   ABC
Market: Atlanta, GA
Rescan Day: September 6, 2019

Station: WUPA - CW Television Network 69   The CW
Market: Atlanta, GA
Rescan Day: September 6, 2019

Station: WUVG-DT - Univision 34   Univision
Market: Atlanta, GA
Phase 5: August 3, 2019 - September 6, 2019

Station: W13DJ-D - Public Television    PBS
Market: Atlanta, GA
This is a low-power station that has not been assigned a timeframe for its frequency move.

Station: W26DS-D - DARK  
Market: Atlanta, GA
This is a low-power station that has not been assigned a timeframe for its frequency move.

Station: W42DU-D - DARK  
Market: Atlanta, GA
This is a low-power station that has not been assigned a timeframe for its frequency move.

Station: W45DX-D - HSN 23  
Market: Atlanta, GA
This is a low-power station that has not been assigned a timeframe for its frequency move.

Station: WAGC-LD - Independent  
Market: Atlanta, GA
This is a low-power station that has not been assigned a timeframe for its frequency move.

Station: WANN-CD - Independent 32  
Market: Atlanta, GA
Phase 5: August 3, 2019 - September 6, 2019

Station: WBUD-LP - Independent 38  
Market: Atlanta, GA
This is a low-power station that has not been assigned a timeframe for its frequency move.

Station: WCZG-LD - DARK  
Market: Atlanta, GA
This is a low-power station that has not been assigned a timeframe for its frequency move.

Station: WDWW-LP - The Country Network 28  
Market: Atlanta, GA
This is a low-power station that has not been assigned a timeframe for its frequency move.

Station: WIEF-LD - DARK  
Market: Atlanta, GA
This is a low-power station that has not been assigned a timeframe for its frequency move.

Station: WIGL-LD - Religious  
Market: Atlanta, GA
This is a low-power station that has not been assigned a timeframe for its frequency move.

Station: WIRE-CD - Independent 40  
Market: Atlanta, GA
Phase 5: August 3, 2019 - September 6, 2019

Station: WKTB-CD - Telemundo 38   Telemundo
Market: Atlanta, GA
Phase 5: August 3, 2019 - September 6, 2019

Station: WSKC-CD - Independent 14  
Market: Atlanta, GA
Phase 5: August 3, 2019 - September 6, 2019

Station: WTHC-LD - Independent  
Market: Atlanta, GA
This is a low-power station that has not been assigned a timeframe for its frequency move.

Station: WUEM-LD - DARK  
Market: Atlanta, GA
This is a low-power station that has not been assigned a timeframe for its frequency move.

Station: WUVM-LP - Azteca America 4 (ANALOG)
Market: Atlanta, GA
This is a low-power station that has not been assigned a timeframe for its frequency move.

Station: WYGA-CD - Independent-Spanish 16  
Market: Atlanta, GA
Phase 5: August 3, 2019 - September 6, 2019

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« Reply #63 on: September 07, 2019, 12:44:04 AM »

For a High Power station to transmit ATSC 3.0 signal, That station must also transmit an ATSC 1.0 signal at a comparable power level. So we will have the same station on 2 different frequencies at the beginning of ATSC 3.0 transitions of High Powered stations. This may explain why today, WXIA channel 11 is now transmitting on two separate frequencies. (See attached)
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« Reply #64 on: September 07, 2019, 10:46:35 PM »

Looks like I lost about 15 services during the repack. Some stations may be off the air due to the switch and may return at a later date. We will see...
None of this is a big deal for me because I have plenty to watch on the satellites, but I imagine the channels switching like this is causing confusion for many OTA users.

I am trying to get WXIA to tell us what they are up to because there is no reason to broadcast the exact same 1080i channel on two different frequencies that have almost identical coverage and power levels unless one of the frequencies is going to ATSC 3.0. Will be interesting to see if WXIA will say anything publicly about this right now.

Before repack and after repack scan logs are attached if anyone wants to see them.
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« Reply #65 on: September 14, 2019, 11:43:56 AM »

The official explanation from WXIA about using both VHF and UHF frequencies is simple. They are doing it to allow better coverage, and a stronger signal for those that are using UHF only antennas. They say this has nothing to do with Next Gen TV (ATSC 3.0).
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