Synamedia Media Edge Gateway ATSC 3.0 Receiver

Sept. 22, 2021
Synamedia has developed the Media Edge Gateway ATSC 3.0 receiver to enable MVPDs to receive and process ATSC 3.0 signals using dual input types.

Synamedia has developed the Media Edge Gateway ATSC 3.0 receiver to enable MVPDs to receive and process ATSC 3.0 signals using dual input types. The receiver provides new MVPD features including the ability to dynamically manage failover between input types, enabling a seamless experience for consumers. This is the only receiver available on the market today capable of dynamically translating the incoming signal types with enough speed and accuracy to avoid disruption, the company adds.

Judge’s Comment: “The dynamic failover capability between RF and IP receptions should prove beneficial.”
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