Scopus to feature Integrated Receiver Processor at Satellite 2009
March 6, 2009
Scopus will show its Integrated Receiver Processor, which combines a dense receiver, a dual decoder, a transport stream descrambler and remultiplexer as part of its solutions for live event satellite coverage, newsgathering and primary contribution and distribution of high-quality video, during Satellite 2009, March 24-27, in Washington, D.C.
As a multiformat H.264 and MPEG-2 decoder, the IRP provides decoding for all video formats and resolutions in SD and HD. Its range of input options ensures compatibility with all transmission media.
As a descrambler, the IRP is well-suited for digital turnaround applications, featuring multiple front ends, multiple TS descrambling and powerful remultiplexing. The IRP features multiple DVB-S/S2, ASI and GigE inputs; a variety of TS outputs, including 2xASI and 2xGbE; two integrated DVB common interface modules that allow descrambling of two complete transport streams; regeneration of MPTS to multi-MPTS/SPTS; and PID/service filtering with table regeneration.