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Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Apr 16

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tandberg-promo.jpgAt the TANDBERG booth (SU4210), I met with Lisa Hobbs, vice president of business development for satellite and broadcast. The company is showing two new integrated receiver decoders optimized for high-volume video distribution applications.

The RX8310 distribution receiver uses DVB-S2 modulation and MPEG-4 AVC compression. And it has the option to decrypt multipe services, allowing decryption of a complete multiplex of channels with a single unit. The system allows for single service decoding of MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 4:2:0 SD video and HD service downconversion.

Listen to what Lisa Hobbs has to say about the RX8310 distribution receiver.

The RX8320 ATSC broadcast receiver provides ASI and 8-VSB inputs for the reception of broadcast services over terrestrial or fiber links with automatic redundancy switchover between inputs. For more on the RX8320 ATSC broadcast receiver, watch a demo on Broadcast Engineering TV.

Related articles: Journal Broadcasting selects TANDBERG Television HD, SD encoders; TANDBERG Television introduces professional receivers.

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