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Datacasting with ATSC 3.0

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Deliver Data to Millions of Devices

Keeping your people updated in real-time has always been a challenge. Traditional unicast methods require separate connections for each user, causing network congestion and limiting your bandwidth.

Datacasting, the newest and most advanced data delivery system, solves this problem by allowing you to use a single data pipe to transmit data to an infinite number of devices.

Trilogy NextGen uses existing broadcast television signals to deliver encrypted data to your targeted recipients. Compared to traditional unicast solutions, datacasting is faster, more efficient, and perfectly suited for distributing information to infinite points. Additional benefits include:

  • Enhanced Content Delivery for Real-Time Updates
  • Broad Coverage with High-Quality Video Streaming
  • Scalable and Reliable Connectivity
  • Customizable Content through Secure Transmissions
  • Interactive Capabilities for Audience Engagement

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Improve Your Connectivity with Datacasting

By identifying your unique needs and challenges, Trilogy NextGen can design, deploy, integrate and test the right datacasting solution for your organization. Get a reliable datacasting solution that helps you keep your people informed, updated and engaged in real-time.

Emergency Alerts and Public Safety

Deliver critical emergency alerts and public safety announcements that ensure your people receive timely and potentially life-saving information.  

Educational & Training Content Delivery

Equally distribute educational and training materials, including videos, lessons, instructions and interactive content in a single broadcast.

Public Services & Digital Signage

Update public services information on digital signage in real-time so your residents have up-to-date public transportation schedules, air quality alerts and traffic updates.

Reliable Connectivity with Trilogy NextGen

Trilogy NextGen designs, builds and manages high-speed private networks that provide superior speed, reliability and simplicity for enterprises, educational institutions, smart cities, industrial plants and government agencies. Building on our unique expertise spanning Broadband, Broadcast and Cloud, Trilogy NextGen delivers scalable connectivity solutions customized for any wireless network using private 5G and LTE, Wi-Fi, and ATSC 3.0 technologies. 

 

Datacasting to millions of devices

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Datacasting FAQs

What is datacasting?

Datacasting is the process of broadcasting data over a wide area using television or radio signals, typically to deliver internet content without the need for a broadband connection.

How does datacasting work?

Datacasting works by embedding digital data into traditional broadcast signals, which can then be received and decoded by compatible devices. At Trilogy Next Gen, we're harnessing the power of datacasting to revolutionize how digital data is transmitted.

What types of content can be datacast?

Until recently, datacasting was limited to radio or tv signals, meaning only audio or video content could be datacast. That’s because the underlying standards-based technology relied on ATSC 1.0. In 2017, the industry approved ATSC 3.0 for use, enabling any type of content (image files, text files, audio and video files, etc.) to be easily transmitted, point to multipoint. 

What are some of the current and future applications for datacasting?

Using ATSC 1.0, datacasting was used to deliver public safety data to police, fire, and other first responders. Now, thanks to ATSC 3.0, the capabilities of datacasting have greatly expanded. It can now be used to provide real-time traffic updates and alternative driving routes to improve transportation in smart cities and broadcast public meeting schedules and information about local services and events. It’s also ideal for alerting area citizens to hyper-local weather and other safety threats, providing residents with real-time energy consumption data from the local utility and enabling business to target their advertising like never before.

What are the benefits of datacasting for schools and universities?

Datacasting benefits schools and universities by providing a cost-effective way to distribute educational content to multiple locations simultaneously, especially where internet access is limited. It enables reliable delivery of lessons, multimedia resources, and critical updates to students and faculty, ensuring equal learning opportunities for remote or underserved areas.

ATSC FAQs

What is the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC)?

The ATSC is an international non-profit organization that develops voluntary standards for digital television, including datacasting, used primarily in North America.

What version of ATSC is used for datacasting?

The version of the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) standards used for datacasting is primarily ATSC 3.0. This latest version, also known as NextGen TV, has been designed to support enhanced data transmission capabilities alongside traditional audio and video content. ATSC 3.0 utilizes advanced encoding and modulation techniques, allowing for more efficient use of broadcast spectrum.

What Are the Benefits of ATSC 3.0?

ATSC 3.0 is the latest version of the ATSC standards, offering significant enhancements over previous versions. These improvements include:

  • Improved Picture and Sound Quality: Supports 4K Ultra HD resolution and immersive audio formats.
  • Interactivity and Personalization: Offers interactive features and personalized content, enhancing viewer engagement.
  • Better Signal Reception: More robust signal that improves reception, especially for mobile devices and TVs without outdoor antennas.
  • Hybrid Broadcast-Broadband Capabilities: Allows integration of broadcast and internet content.
  • Advanced Emergency Alerts: Enhanced alert systems provide more detailed and localized emergency information.