Radio stations use real-time telecommuting in the real world
However, 5G is still in its infancy and the first launch of a standalone 5G network is planned for early 2022 to provide the best service for 스포츠중계.
This new 5G feature will be available at next year’s World Championships in Qatar and the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing. Advanced standalone 5G technologies will also help reduce broadcast speeds and change the way broadcasters use 5G technology in their production. The new service quality and improved 5G coverage increase remote work productivity.
After all, 5G technologies has a lot more to it
In addition to bandwidth growth, we expect the number of broadcasts on 5G to grow exponentially in 2022 and beyond.
In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, the radio community has widely embraced the idea of live remote working. The PGA Tour is a case in point.
One of the goals of the PGA Tour design is balance
Number of people on the golf course. The PGA Tour has hosted several golf tournaments, including one at the REMI-style Seminole Golf Club near West Palm Beach, Florida, which featured handheld, drone cameras, and there were camera antennas circling over the golf course. Each camera uses a specially connected mobile transmitter to pick up signals from railroads to industrial plants hundreds of miles away.
Real progress has also been made with 5G telecommuting. Last year Greece saw its first news on 5G. At the end of the Greek Cup, radio station Cosmoses TV controlled two robotic cameras from a remotely controlled station and broadcast high-quality audio and video via 5G.
The robotic camera uses a small 5G HEVC device with a powerful sound system to transmit HD video and audio from the stadium in precise order and without delay.
Due to the level of encryption allowed by 5G networks
Compote TV can control the robot camera in real time. The innovation introduced by Cosmote TV is an example of what will happen as radio stations move from traditional infrastructure to 5G networks for real-time remote production.
Due to the COVID-19 emergency, remote work for work is accelerating
Broadcasting of sporting events. Since the outbreak, more and more radio stations have been using phone service to broadcast sports. When operating remotely, radio stations are increasingly using PoV cameras and placing them directly in a constructed area to capture unique close-up images of what is happening.
As 5G adoption increases, it will be interesting to see how telecommuting for live sports develops.