SCTE Starts on 3D Standard, OKs Coax, Hardline Specs

The SCTE has begun development of DVS 1036, 
Stereoscopic 3D for Cable. It addresses requirements for stereoscopic 3D video content for distribution on cable TV systems including video related formatting, signaling and encoding parameters for frame-compatible st...

The SCTE has begun development of DVS 1036, Stereoscopic 3D for Cable. It addresses requirements for stereoscopic 3D video content for distribution on cable TV systems including video related formatting, signaling and encoding parameters for frame-compatible stereoscopic 3D (S3D).

The Society has approved SCTE 74 2011, Specification for Braided 75 Ohm Flexible RF Coaxial Drop Cable, and SCTE 116 2011, Specification for 5/8-24 Port, Female Adapters. Both documents are available online at http://www.scte.org/standards/Standards_Home.aspx.
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