Ex Parte Notice Authorizing Permissive Use Of The “Next Generation” Broadcast Television Standard

Ex Parte Notice Authorizing Permissive Use of the “Next Generation” Broadcast Television Standard

On March 6, 2017, the undersigned hosted members of the Commission’s Media Bureau at the ONE Media offices in Arlington, Virginia to demonstrate the Advanced Warning and Response Network (AWARN) and other capabilities of the proposed ATSC 3.0, Next Generation (“Next Gen”), broadcast transmission standard. The pending rulemaking proceeding to approve use of the new standard was discussed as well.

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Joint Petition for Rulemaking

This petition asks the Federal Communications Commission to amend its rules to allow broadcasters to use the signaling portion of the physical layer of the new ATSC 3.0 (“Next Generation TV”) broadcast standard, while they continue to deliver current generation DTV broadcast service to their communities.

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2015 AWARN Fact Sheet

2015 AWARN Fact Sheet

Advanced Warning and Response Network for a Mobile America Terrestrial broadcasting represents the backbone of an advanced warning and response network that can reach tens of millions of American in times of emergency. Relying on the “dual use” of existing…

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MEAS Coalition Comments On DRAFT NISTIR 8018

MEAS Coalition Comments on DRAFT NISTIR 8018

Public Safety Mobile Application Security Requirements Workshop Summary (DRAFT NISTIR 8018) The Mobile EAS Coalition commends APCO International, in cooperation with FirstNet and the Department of Commerce, for convening the workshop titled “Public Safety Mobile Application Security Requirements.” We welcome…

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