Advanced Television Systems Committee is responsible for establishing and developing digital television standards, as well as all 18 formats of Digital TV.
Also known as ATSC, the committee responsible for digital television standards and development, as well as all 18 formats of DTV.
Committee established by the FCC to define new standards for publicly regulated broadcast television in the U.S. Advanced Television Enhancement Forum (ATVEF) A standard for combining intellectual property (IP) data with television video.
The ATSC is the committee responsible for developing and establishing Digital-HDTV Standards; as well as all (18) formats of Digital TV.
ATSC is composed of corporations, associations and educational institutions, developing voluntary standards for the entire spectrum of advanced television systems, including high-definition television. In 1996, the U.S. FCC adopted the major elements of the ATSC Digital Television (DTV) Standard, mandating its use for digital terrestrial television broadcasts in the U.S.
The current digital United States television standards (HD, SD and Data).