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ATSC 3.0 Ultra-High Definition
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OP | Post 91 made on Wednesday January 10, 2018 at 16:56
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OP | Post 92 made on Thursday January 18, 2018 at 18:25
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OP | Post 93 made on Thursday April 5, 2018 at 18:47
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OP | Post 94 made on Wednesday May 16, 2018 at 18:29
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Wants re-do on retrans, flash-cuts, signal degradation
broadcasters are required to simulcast for five years, except for low-power stations, which will have the ability to flash-cut to the new signals.
►The ATVA wants the FCC to: "(1) require separate negotiations for first-time carriage of ATSC 3.0 signals; (2) require low-power and translator stations [low-powers that extend full-power signals to hard-to-reach areas] to simulcast; and (3) require stations to provide prior notice to viewers and MVPDs before being allowed to degrade signal format or picture quality [say, from HD to standard definition]."
OP | Post 95 made on Friday June 1, 2018 at 18:32
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[Link: tvnewscheck.com]

"The different PLPs included a high-data-rate mode of 28 megabits per second and an “ATSC 1-ish” mode at 19 Mbps, both at 256QAM modulation; a “handheld” mode using 16QAM with more robust reception at 8 Mbps; and a super-robust mobile PLP using QPSK modulation at 4 Mbps."
OP | Post 96 made on Tuesday June 5, 2018 at 16:58
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There is nothing new in this article, but it's the best one that explains everything in one.

[Link: msn.com]
OP | Post 97 made on Tuesday July 24, 2018 at 18:03
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     "The FCC...it is not yet accepting applications for stations proposing to operate with the ATSC 3.0 standard."
OP | Post 98 made on Thursday August 9, 2018 at 18:37
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WKAR-DT in East Lansing, Michigan is the first public station to enter the arena to do ATSC 3.0 television.  ATSC 3.0 could enhance the way stations approach fundraising.

[Link: tvtechnology.com]
OP | Post 99 made on Thursday August 23, 2018 at 18:13
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OP | Post 100 made on Wednesday September 26, 2018 at 17:47
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OP | Post 101 made on Wednesday October 10, 2018 at 17:48
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Sinclair's WNYO-DT  won't begin operation in ATSC 3.0 until March 2021, which is one month after Super Bowl LIV (54) airs on Fox; meaning the first Super Bowl telecast in the Buffalo market won't be until 2023 on CBS, unless WGRZ begins broadcasting in ATSC 3.0 by February 2022.
OP | Post 102 made on Thursday October 11, 2018 at 18:46
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Post 103 made on Friday October 12, 2018 at 18:28
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WNYO on RF 16 is going to hard to receive in GTA .The signal is going to be very directional south to protect RF 16 For CITY in Woodstock.There has been some reference to FCC/WNED documents indicating Woodstock wishes to remain on RF 31.Hope GTA does not lose out on ASTC 3.0 for no reason.
OP | Post 104 made on Friday October 12, 2018 at 19:49
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What Rob is referring to is http://0000034601.

This exhibit supports a further amendment to the WNED-TV maximization application to reduce the proposed effective radiated power from 333 kilowatts to 175 kilowatts to reduce the predicted interference to the presently licensed Channel 31 operating facilities of CITY-DT-2 - Woodstock, Ontario. CITY-DT-2 was originally supposed to move from Channel 31 to Channel 16 as part of the repack process but has, for some reason, elected to remain on Channel 31, which results in WNED-TV’s presently proposed maximized Channel 31 facilities being predicted to cause 10.7% interference to CITY-DT-2's presently licensed facilities in a post-repack environment. At the suggestion of the staff of the FCC’s International Bureau, the licensee of WNED-TV undertook discussions with the licensee of CITY-DT-2 to attempt to negotiate an agreement per- 1 It also specifies an antenna height which is four meters higher than WNED-TV’s presently licensed antenna height and the antenna height specified for WNED-TV’s repack replication facilities to correspond to the actual installed height of this antenna, which differs from the presently licensed value. Carl E. Smith Consulting Engineers WNED-TV ENGINEERING STATEMENT (Page 2 of 216) Western New York Public Broadcasting Association Buffalo, NY mitting WNED-TV to operate with post-repack facilities which will cause more than 0.5% interference to CITY-DT-2 when compared to WNED-TV’s post-repack allotment baseline facilities. These discussions resulted in the licensee of CITY-DT-2 agreeing to permit WNED-TV to operate on Channel 31 with a nondirectional effective radiated power of 175 kilowatts using the transmitter site and antenna height specified in WNED-TV’s present construction permit (0000026684) even though these facilities will result in 3.16% new interference to CITY-DT-2's presently licensed Channel 31 facilities.
OP | Post 105 made on Monday October 15, 2018 at 18:25 ...it's new!
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[Link: fiercevideo.com]

I came across this article a few weeks ago but what just reminder by what ROB said
"Hope GTA does not lose out on ASTC 3.0 for no reason".

I'm looking forward to cell phones which can pick up ATSC 3.0 TV broadcasts, however manufacturers won't be forced to make them.  Would AT&T (which owns DIRECT TV) and Rogers and Bell want people to access free TV on their phones while providing a fee service for those same channels?
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