Scopus Introduces New Processor for Cable Dual Carriage
June 20, 2008
Scopus Video Networks Ltd. has launched its IRP-3910 integrated receiver processor, a multichannel professional decoder/processor/downconverter unit. The IRP-3910 is an all-in-one unit fitting cable operators’ requirements and designed with the DTV transition in mind. After the full-power analog television shutdown in February 2009, cable operators must continue to provide dual carry, both digital and analog formats through 2012. With the phase-out of analog broadcasts, operators receiving local channels as content feeds can deploy the IRP-3910 as a solution for dealing with the transition to an all-digital environment. The IRP-3910 will enable cable operators to receive, process, multiplex, decode, and perform HD downconversion and aspect ratio adaptation of off-air ATSC broadcasts. Scopus’ IRP-3910 highlights include: The IRP-3910 will be demonstrated at Up to four channels of HD decoding down conversion to baseband video. Integrated multiplexing capabilities for digital turn-around. A variety of front ends including 4 x 8VSB, 4 x ASI, and GBE inputs. A variety of outputs including 2 x ASI, GBE, and baseband video/audio. AFD-based static and dynamic aspect ratio conversion (16:9 to 4:3) SAP, TV-Guide, AMOL, CC, and V-chip support. SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2008, June 24-27.
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