ATDI helps broadcasters attain their goal of reaching the widest audience.
Even when spectrum resources are squeezed, ATDI is trusted to ensure radio and TV stay on the air.
ATDI helps broadcasters avoid interference in congested urban spectrum, as well as ensuring their signals reach isolated rural communities.
Broadcasters constantly battle with the need to adopt new technologies but struggle with the age-old issue of spectrum scarcity. This problem is escalated by public demands for 24/7 access to broadcast services, on-line programmes and more. In urban areas, where the spectrum is most congested, this is problematic at best; however, broadcasters face tough times rolling out networks in rural areas where signals are not present.
In the cities, the broadcasters have a dual co-existence problem. The frequencies carrying their streaming services must sit alongside – and not interfere with – all the other signals in the air; and the TV broadcasters must also not create nor suffer from interference, particularly when new services such as mobile broadband emerge and have to be slotted in next to traditional TV broadcast frequencies.
ATDI has addressed these issues and more and has identfied solutions that enable traditional broadcast technologies to propagate, as well as allowing third-millennium services to flourish.