The National Radio Systems Committee (NRSC) is a technical standards-setting body cosponsored by NAB and the Consumer Technology Association (CTA). In October, the NRSC’s three subcommittees met in New York in conjunction with NAB Show New York 2023 and each adopted a new document, which have now all been published on the NRSC website and may be downloaded free of charge.
Sam Matheny and his team were honored to attend the 75th Engineering, Science & Technology Emmy Awards, to accept The Philo T. Farnsworth Corporate Achievement Award on behalf of NAB. The award is officially considered a Primetime Emmy Award and is presented by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
Here are the key points of the NPRM and an explanation of why broadcasters should retain their 13 GHz equipment and emphasize the importance of certifying license accuracy or correcting inaccuracies. Important: You must take action by November 29 or you may lose interference protection and, ultimately, your 13 GHz licenses.
Conference Committee Chair Ling Ling Sun is excited to share some thoughts on the call for papers for the upcoming 2024 NAB Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology (BEIT) Conference. In an era where technology is fundamentally reshaping content creation, distribution and consumption, it's crucial to recognize that people—their expertise and adaptability—remain the cornerstone of this transformation. To demonstrate the conference's dedication to staying at the forefront of industry trends and addressing emerging challenges and opportunities, we're introducing two new categories for the upcoming year: "Generative AI" and "Environmental, Social And Governance (ESG) In Broadcasting."
An HD Radio in-band/on-channel (IBOC) hybrid radio signal includes both analog and digital signal components (see figure). One important aspect of the signal design is how well the digital portion of the signal replicates the coverage of the legacy, analog portion.
The Global Digital Terrestrial Transmission Workshop was held July 19-21 in Busan, Korea. It featured expert speakers from Korea, India, Brazil, Japan, U.S., Canada, Europe, China and the greater APAC region. The workshop featured two and a half days of presentations on a wide range of issues related to the next generation of broadcasting.
Both Detroit and AM radio have been hot news topics lately as the broadcasting industry and others respond to the automotive industry’s decisions on removing AM radio from some vehicles, electric vehicles (EVs) in particular. David Layer had the opportunity to visit Detroit in early June for AutoTech: Detroit 2023 and decided to rent an EV and see what the radio listener and EV rental customer experience would be like in Motor City.
The rollout of NEXTGEN TV is much more than the obvious benefits to viewers – enhanced audio, better pictures and more choice for free over-the-air TV. ATSC 3.0, the revolutionary broadcast standard, is built on an Internet Protocol backbone that can do something earlier systems couldn’t: be resistant to hacking and disruption.
Triveni Digital, PBS North Carolina and Device Solutions Named Winners of the 2023 NAB Technology Innovation Award
Triveni Digital, PBS North Carolina and Device Solutions won the NAB Technology Innovation Award at the 2023 NAB Show for their demonstration of “An ATSC 3.0 Solution for Emergency Paging,” exhibited in the PBS North Carolina booth (W4107) in the NAB PILOT Futures Park exhibit area. The award was presented at the NAB PILOT Futures Park press conference on Monday April 17.
Liam Power, systems engineer at ONE Media, LLC, won the NAB Best Paper Award at the 2023 NAB Show for his paper “Audio Services Over ATSC 3.0: A Proof of Concept.” The award was presented [...]