03.06.2007 08:00 AM
Audemat-Aztec unveils Navigator DVB

Audemat-Aztec has developed the Navigator DVB-T/DVB-H, designed to perform mobile measurement campaigns for DVB-H and DVB-T networks. The handheld device comes standard with full RF and MPEG-T modules, as well as optional full MPEG-T and MPEG-H modules.

Main functionalities include real-time measurement, with the value displayed simultaneously or after processing; recording of measurement data; and an automatic GPS position display. The system offers the ability to perform a scan on the frequency band to automatically detect the available multiplex channels; record the specific displayed video and audio PID or the complete selected multiplex channel; and receive a mapping representation of the performed campaign.

For more information, visit www.audemat-aztec.com.



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