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ATBIS introduces two new products designed to support ATSC 3.0
Both the ATBIS Gateway and ATBIS AMM Studio can be seen this week at the NAB Show in Booth SU6807
As broadcasters gather in Las Vegas to plan their next equipment investment, ATBIS is introducing two new products designed to support stations who are making investments in next-generation ATSC 3.0 broadcasting.
“Gateways are essential devices for Single Frequency Network applications, and the ATBIS Gateway played an important role in live broadcasts at the recent winter games in South Korea. It’s reliable and can help a broadcaster manage a very complicated ATSC 3.0 implementation,” said Sam Eom, CEO of ATBIS.
Both the ATBIS Gateway and ATBIS AMM Studio can be seen this week at the NAB Show in Booth SU6807.
The ATBIS Gateway can accept several IP data streams from an encoder, multiplexer, signaling server, electronic service guide server, and other devices. The ATBIS Gateway insures proper signaling for broadcast implementations that deploy Single Frequency Networks. The device supports multi sub-frame and Multi PLP functions and is user configurable.
AMM Studio is a device that simulates various configurations of ATSC 3.0. Since it provides users with the desired configuration and modification of an input stream, broadcasters can simulate and test various configurations in the ATSC 3.0 spec prior to actual deployment so that they may prevent unexpected broadcast “accidents.” Receiver manufacturers can also reduce their product development period and cost by using various test patterns of ATSC 3.0 provided by AMM Studio.
ATBIS began operations five years ago with product to serve the digital television marketplace. Since its inception, the company has developed several signal generators and test systems and has tested its latest products at the ATSC PlugFest staged recently in Baltimore, Maryland.