ATSC 3.0 Passes Key Test, But Is It Ready to Graduate?

"When LG Electronics tested an end-to-end 4K broadcast using the next-gen ATSC 3.0 standard Feb. 23 in South Korea, it promised to be a signal moment in the progress of the world's first IP-based broadcast system. The test wouldn't be a repeat of the live 4K HDR broadcasts using ATSC 3.0 at January's CES."
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"When LG Electronics tested an end-to-end 4K broadcast using the next-gen ATSC 3.0 standard Feb. 23 in South Korea, it promised to be a signal moment in the progress of the world's first IP-based broadcast system. The test wouldn't be a repeat of the live 4K HDR broadcasts using ATSC 3.0 at January's CES."
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Unlike the live 4K HDR broadcasts using ATSC 3.0 at January’s CES, this test featured a live camera feed instead of redcorded content.

"When LG Electronics tested an end-to-end 4K broadcast using the next-gen ATSC 3.0 standard Feb. 23 in South Korea, it promised to be a signal moment in the progress of the world's first IP-based broadcast system. The test wouldn't be a repeat of the live 4K HDR broadcasts using ATSC 3.0 at January's CES."

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