06.02.2003 12:00 PM
Canadian DTV station selects Triveni Digital's PSIP generation system and ATSC transport stream analyzer

CHUM Television has chosen Triveni Digital’s GuideBuilder metadata management system and StreamScope ATSC transport stream monitor and analyzer for its Toronto station “Citytv.”



The StreamScope MT-25 stream analyzer measures and monitors a station's DTV signals and transport streams throughout its geographic coverage area.

Last February, Citytv Toronto began broadcasting Canada’s first digital over-the-air signal. Triveni Digital’s GuideBuilder system helps the station to comply with the ATSC PSIP standard, retain their market branding, and protect their channel identities in on-screen Electronic Program Guides (EPGs). The broadcaster said it also uses the StreamScope MT-25 stream analyzer to measure and monitor its DTV signals and transport streams throughout its geographic coverage area.

GuideBuilder metadata management systems are used by DTV broadcasters to collect, translate, manage, and generate PSIP metadata compliant with the ATSC/A65 standard. StreamScope MT-25 monitors, measures, and analyzes the DTV streams and signals to ensure they are error-free and comply with the ATSC standards.

For more information visit www.trivenidigital.com.

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