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PRINCETON, N.J. — April 7, 2009 — Triveni Digital today announced that it will highlight new cost-saving monitoring systems at the 2009 NAB Show including the StreamScope™ RM-40SE MPEG video monitoring solution. Two preconfigured low-cost options are available — an 8VSB/QAM or ASI monitoring probe that can be located at transmitter sites for continuous, real-time monitoring of the DTV signal. The RM-40SE makes it easy and affordable for broadcasters to maintain continuous service and to debug issues rapidly as they arise. more

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