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    NextGen TV and the Future of Broadcasting

    Instructor-Led Course Registration     Independent-Study Course Registration


    Broadcast Engineers and Technicians, as well their managers and executives planning for the future, all need to understand the wide-ranging implications of the Advanced Television Systems Committee’s latest suite of standards, ATSC 3.0. This course provides key insights into how the system, conceived from the beginning as an international broadcast platform, paves the way for the next generation of television with the convergence of the best capabilities of broadcasting and broadband. Built on a new understanding of the latest video and audio formats, the most modern compression technology, and adapted internet data protocols, you’ll be able to:




    • Recognize how ATSC 3.0’s new video and audio capabilities make it different from other content delivery systems
    • Understand everything from basic principles to advanced techniques of video and audio compression
    • Configure multiple bitstreams with a flexible choice of data rates and reception robustness
    • Identify key issues in transport and Digital Rights Management (DRM)
    • Analyze the benefits and trade-offs of various implementations – and avoid the pitfalls – as you plan, design, purchase and install an ATSC 3.0 system that meets your specific scenario

    Intended Audience: 

    • Engineers and Technicians in
      Broadcasting, Systems Design and
    • Technical Managers needing to
      design and deploy ATSC 3.0 systems
    • C-Suite Management needing to
      understand the resources required to
      implement this technology

    Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:

    • Define use cases and broadcast functionality that are enabled by the ATSC 3.0 System
    • Explain the core technology elements which comprise ATSC 3.0
    • Describe how ATSC 3.0 is different from other content delivery systems
    • Specify the design criteria for configuration of an ATSC 3.0 system that meets a specific broadcast deployment scenario
    • Explain the benefits and trade-offs of various ATSC 3.0 system implementations
    • Outline the steps required to transition to an ATSC 3.0 system, including planning design, purchasing and installation


    • SMPTE Member fees: $399
    • Non-Member fees: $599

    Instructor-Led Course Duration: 8 Weeks:

    Independent-Study Course: Enrollment Opened 11 January, 2021

    Level: Intermediate

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