12.03.2008 03:59 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Nucomm launches ProQ DTV IFB Receiver

The new Nucomm ProQ DTV IFB receiver is designed for ENG IFB applications that rely on DTV transmission, monitoring DTV signals through a DVB-ASI output and streaming video over an IP connection to a laptop or other IP-enabled device.

The ProQ DTV IFB receiver features dual UHF/VHF antennas, two advanced silicon tuners and sixth-generation VSB demodulators. The ProQ is 5in x 1.75in x 8.5in.

The ProQ contains an MPEG Layer 1/Layer 2 audio decoder that is capable of decoding two independent sound programs, providing up to four audio channels and using bit rates as low as 32Kb/s for each. Coupled with a low-latency audio encoder and properly designed DTV packet insertion, total audio latency can be less than 80ms. Audio output is via a five-pin XLR connector.

Broadcasters can select the DTV channel and audio program PIDs to use via the menus on the front-panel LCD display or the Web interface. The interface can also be used to map the IFB audio channels to the XLR outputs, internal speakers or headphones.

For more information, visit www.nucomm.com.

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