NAB and PILOT have developed a number of SDKs, APIs and software frameworks to enable broadcasters to enhance their services and experiment with new and upcoming technologies.
NAB and the Consumer Technology Association have established an ATSC 3.0 test station in Cleveland, OH
This database that illustrates the types of companies that are part of the ATSC 3.0 data landscape for TV broadcasters.
We’re exploring the new opportunities enabled by connected cars to improve the in-vehicle experience for radio listeners.
We track the sales and capabilities of the top-selling smartphones sold in the U.S. (which is around 70 percent of U.S. sales or about 20-25 phone models a quarter) and explore their content to find their FM reception capabilities.
PILOT has developed a state-of-the-art AM and FM radio test bed that is available for hire.
This portal contains information and resources vital for broadcasters to address evolving cyber security threats.
We’ve been closely involved in the development of the ATSC 3.0 next-generation television standard since its very beginnings.
Our Hybrid TV demo shows some of the capabilities that may be available in the upcoming ATSC 3.0 standard.
PILOT conducted an all-digital AM IBOC test project with the goal of fully developing a performance record of operation in this mode.