AN INTERVIEW – Current Broadcast Modulation Standards & The Importance of Giving Broadcasters the Opportunity to Explore Broadband Technologies

Uploaded on Jan 9, 2012 Phil Kurz, Broadcast Engineering Contributing Editor, talks with Greg Herman, CEO of SpectrumEvolution.org about current broadcast modulation standards and the importance of giving broadcasters the opportunity to explore broadband technologies that would allow for more efficiencies and a greater degree of service.  

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SEO Asks… Where Is the “I” In The VIA (January 2014)

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SMART LPTV Initiative

SMART LPTV Initiative

SMART LPTV Presentation To The SuperWiFi Summit 2014 Attendees

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LOW POWER TELEVISION IS READY TO HELP MORE THAN 20 MILLION AMERICANS GAIN ACCESS TO JOBS & ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY!

LPTV Stations In Rural Communities Across The Nation Want To Provide Broadband Access. The LPTV Proposal Provides FREE Broadband To Those Who Do Not Subscribe. May 23, 2011 According to the FCC’s recent report approximately 26 million Americans, mostly in rural communities located in every region of the country, are denied access to the jobs and economic opportunity made possible by broadband. A proposal currently circulating in Congress would allow Low Power Television (LPTV) licensees to provide FREE broadband services and stimulate...

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Summary of Legislative Language Proposed by Spectrum Evolution

Summary 1. There is an existing provision in the Communications Act (47 USC Sec 336(h)) for provision of digital data service by LPTV stations. It is limited to certain named stations plus a station in Alaska. 2. Our change allows any LPTV or Class A station to qualify for providing digital data service if it: a. Offers a non-subscription option (no charge to user, but could be advertiser supported. b. The free option meets the FCC’s speed criterion for broadband Internet access in rural areas (4 MB download, 1 MB upload today, but FCC may...

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