ANSI Signs Off on a Slew of SCTE Standards

The American National Standards Institute has approved a number of SCTE standards, mainly involving IP, but also subtitling, loss measurements, DPI and more. The specific standards approved include: SCTE 27 2011, Subtitling Methods for Broadcast Cable SCTE...

The American National Standards Institute has approved a number of SCTE standards, mainly involving IP, but also subtitling, loss measurements, DPI and more. The specific standards approved include:



  • SCTE 27 2011, Subtitling Methods for Broadcast Cable


  • SCTE 101 2011, "Mainline" Splice Connector Return Loss


  • SCTE 173-2 2010, Framework for Implementing Preferential Telecommunications in IPCablecom and IPCablecom2 Networks


  • SCTE 173-3 2010, Specification for Authentication in Preferential Telecommunications over IPCablecom2 Networks


  • SCTE 173-4 2010, Specification for Priority in Preferential Telecommunications over IPCablecom2 Networks


  • SCTE 172 2011, Constraints on AVC Video Coding for Digital Program Insertion


  • SCTE 56 2011, Digital Multi-program Distribution by Satellite




The documents are available for download at http://www.scte.org/standards/Standards_Available.aspx.
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