GatesAir unveils over-the-air broadcast, LTE-A+ convergence

Monday 7 April 2014 | 20:59 CET | News
Global provider of over-the-air broadcast services, GatesAir will demonstrate an emerging broadcast innovation at the 2014 NAB Show that bridges over-the-air delivery to fixed and mobile receivers. Known as Tower Overlay, the customer-friendly delivery model simultaneously transmits both standard over-the-air DTV signals and broadcast LTE data that allows mobile devices to decode and display high-quality broadcast content. The Tower Overlay model is proven to work using the DVB-T2 broadcast standard, which includes Future Extension Frames (FEFs), which support the delivery of non-DVB-T2

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: 3GPP
Countries: World
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