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12.09.2005
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
New Russian TV channel evaluates signals with Leader


Serial digital signals are monitored in master control with the Leader LV5100D digital signal analyzer.
Mir Belogorya, one of the Russian Federation’ newest television channels, has chosen a Leader LV5100D digital signal analyzer for its headquarters in Belgorod. Founded by the regional government, Mir Belogorya produces news and information programming from a new tapeless studio.

The signal analyzer is installed in the facility’s digital master control room, where it monitors and analyzes signals via a Leitch 16 x 16 SDI router.

Designed for use with both 625/50 (PAL) and 525/60 (NTSC) sources, the LV5100D features passive dual component SDI input channels that conform to the ITU-R656-1 and SMPTE-259M standards. An active output provides onward transmission from either source. The instrument is also equipped with a triple-channel YUV/GBR analogue input. Signal levels can be measured using electronically generated cursor reference lines.

The LV5100D has a data dump function that lets users define their own line of digital data to be viewed as hex values. Other features include X-Y display of stereo audio, and 10 user-assignable memories enabling frequently employed measurement parameters to be stored for rapid recall.

For more information, visit www.leaderinstruments.com.

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