ATSC 3.0 Stack
ATSC 3.0 Stack is Tolka’s software package that implements
ATSC 3.0 and ATSC 1.0 standards.
It is available for both Android and Linux.
ATSC 3.0 Stack features include:
What is ATSC 3.0?
What is HDR?
HDR is an acronym for High Dynamic Range Imaging. It is one of the primary benefits of some newer Ultra High Definition TVs and the new ATSC 3.0 standard.HDR extends thecontrast and color range encoded in the transmission as well as the capabilities of the TV display. In a TV set HDR works primarily by turning off the LED colors not required behind portions of the TV display. HDR is also a green technology because it reduces the power consumption of a display by around 50%. Many side-by-side comparison tests of HDR vs 4K UHD have shown that HDR enhances the picture quality even more than 4K UHD video does. ATSC 3.0 provides the benefits of both HDR and 4K UHD.
What is Dolby AC-4?
AC-4 is the new audio standard that has been approved for new DVB and ATSC standards.
How will ATSC 3.0 impact a SoC vendor’s roadmap?
Please contact Tolka. We will be happy to share our knowledge and expertise to help SoC vendors make the right roadmap decisions from a software compatibility perspective.