<Module5ATSC3.0>
›› Home ›› Education

ATSC 3.0 Series

Module 5: ATSC 3.0 ROUTE Protocol

 

Instructional Method: LIVE presentation Wednesday, February 27, 2019, 2 pm ET

Webinars by SBE Logo

Overview

About Your Instructor

SBE Recertification Credit

Registration and PricingSociety of Broadcast Engineers

Questions

 

Overview

This webinar provides an overview of ROUTE, or "Real-Time Object Delivery Over Unidirectional Transport." One of the two application-layer transport protocols specified in ATSC 3.0 standards for the delivery of media services and other data over IP-based broadcast system, ROUTE is specified in the ATSC A/331 standard, and has broad utility in supporting the delivery of real-time (RT) streaming services (e.g., linear TV) and non-real-time (NRT) content (e.g., file-based services) for end-user consumption, as well as signaling, application-related documents, DRM metadata and other types of data for use by receiving devices and application software. Besides reviewing the content delivery aspects of the ROUTE protocol, this presentation also describes the service signal mechanisms defined for ATSC 3.0 that enable the discovery and acquisition of services and contents carried by ROUTE.

ATSC 3.0 Webinar Series

  • Module 1: Introduction to ATSC 3.0, ON DEMAND

  • Module 2: Overview of the Physical Layer, ON DEMAND
  • Module 3: Understanding and Implementating the ATSC 3.0 Transport and Physical Layers, ON DEMAND
  • Module 4: MPEG Media Transport Standard and its Use in ATSC 3.0, ON DEMAND
  • Module 5: ATSC 3.0 ROUTE Protocol, February 27, 2019

Charles LoAbout Your Instructors: Charles Lo, Principal Engineer, Qualcomm's Standards and Industry Fora Organization

Charles Lo is a Principal Engineer at Qualcomm’s Standards and Industry Fora organization. He holds BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University, and in his career has worked at AT&T Bell Labs, Bell Communications Research, AirTouch Communications, Vodafone, and Qualcomm, in a variety of telecommunications and broadcast TV systems engineering, management and industry standardization roles. Charles chairs the S33-1 group responsible for the development of ATSC 3.0 transport, signaling and synchronization protocols and mechanisms spanning from the Application level down through IP to the Link Layer, inclsuive.

SBE Recertification Credit

The completion of this webinar from Webinars by SBE qualifies for 1 credit, identified under Category I of the Recertification Schedule for SBE Certifications. 

Registration and Pricing   

Registration for each module will be done separately. Click Register Now below, to register for Module 2.

  

SBE Members: $59

MemberPlus Members FREE

Non-Members: $89

SBE MemberPlus members - when registering, be sure to click on the MemberPlus link to activate your MemberPlus benefit to register for free. Not an SBE MemberPlus member? For more information, see below.

Register Now.

Questions?  

If you have questions regarding this webinar, contact Cathy Orosz via email or by phone at 317-846-9000.

 

More information

The ATSC 3.0 series, like all new SBE webinars presented in 2019, are included at no additional cost for members who renew or join using the $175 SBE MemberPlus membership option. You get all RF 201 modules, plus access to all archived SBE webinars and any new live webinars SBE presents through March 31, 2019, all for no extra cost. Members can renew and newcomers may join online at the SBE website using the SBE MemberPlus option.

Access to the SBE webinars through the SBE MemberPlus program is limited to the MemberPlus-purchaser only. You are not permitted to distribute, sell, copy, share, project or otherwise make the webinars available to any other individual or group without express written permission by the SBE.

Quick Links



facebook  twitter  youtube  linked in  linked in