04.16.2009 04:44 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Triveni Digital to showcase remote MPEG monitoring

Triveni Digital will highlight its new StreamScope RM-40SE MPEG video monitoring system at NAB.

Two preconfigured 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.

While independently providing MPEG monitoring from 8VSB/QAM or ASI sources, the RM-40SE also can be combined with the company’s end-to-end monitoring systems to provide a complete picture of stream health across the broadcaster’s network.

The RM-40SE performs comprehensive MPEG monitoring for real-time RF or ASI signals. It remotely monitors, measures and records DTV streams to ensure their integrity, reliability and compliance with standards.

The included Remote Troubleshooting Module (RTM) provides remote analysis capabilities including a unique postmortem analysis feature that allows users to analyze/debug issues up to two weeks in the past. Used in conjunction with the company’s MT-40 or EM-40 end-to-end, MPEG-2/MPEG-4 transport stream monitoring and analysis system in a distributed network architecture, the RM-40SE also enables stream comparison across the network.

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