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R&S continues 5G focus

R&S continues 5G focus

R&S continues 5G focus

The BSCC2.0 supports a wide range of streaming platforms

A 5G technology continues to evolve, Rohde & Schwarz has introduced a new enhanced version of its Broadcast Server & Control Centre (BSCC). Building on the success of its processor, which has been used for proof-of-concept 5G Broadcast/Multicast trials in a number of regional markets, the enhanced device is able to deliver more mobile services, such as over-the-air updates and upgrades, venue casting, automotive services, e-learning, multimedia streaming on demand, public warning announcements, e-sports, e-agriculture, live casting and live commerce.

A cornerstone of 5G Broadcast is its ability to provide mobile users with access to super high-quality video content, and to this end the BSCC2.0 supports a wide range of streaming platforms. These new streaming services will become a reality as new algorithms and protocols are implemented within the 5G Broadcast environment and include FLUTE (File Delivery over Unidirectional Transport Stream), DASH (Dynamic Adaptive Steaming over HTTP) and HLS (HTTP Live Streaming).

The German manufacturer says that a number of key factors differentiate it from rival solutions, including 3GPP Release 16 support, the integration of Transport Streams over IP (TsoIP) protocols and multi-service support.

On the transmitter side, R&S has introduced the Tx9evo. The Tx9 transmitters provide FeMBMS created on a software-based signal processing platform. This reportedly gives network operators flexibility and should prepare them for future signal processing requirements.

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