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12.16.2003
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Tektronix adds QAM Annex B, C interfaces to MPEG transport stream monitor

Tektronix has unveiled new features for its MPEG transport stream monitor that enhance usability for broadcasters, network operators and system integrators.



The new MTM400 RF monitoring capabilities add key measurements including MER, BER and RF constellation displays to the QAM and QPSK interfaces.

The MTM400 is an MPEG transport stream monitor. It is a scalable solution that detects signal degradation caused during transmission and distribution, preventing viewers from experiencing loss of signal.

The addition of new QAM Annex B and C interfaces for the United States and Japanese cable markets, in addition to the existing QPSK and QAM Annex A interfaces for satellite and European cable customers, enable Tektronix to offer comprehensive support for operators.

The new MTM400 RF monitoring capabilities add key measurements including MER, BER and RF constellation displays to the QAM and QPSK interfaces. The addition of cost-effective RF monitoring functionality for the MTM400 enables users to deploy RF signal monitoring throughout their cable or satellite network.

For more information, please visit: www.tek.com.

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