03.30.2005 06:23 PM
TANDBERG Television to show end-to-end DVB-S2 compatibility at NAB2005

TANDBERG Television will unveil solutions for MPEG-2 SD and HD compression technology, as well as DVB-S2 demodulation.
TANDBERG Television will show new products and end-to-end system enhancements for the growing DVB-S2 satellite transmission standard at NAB2005.

The company will show its latest bandwidth advances in MPEG-2 SD and HD compression technology, DVB-S2 demodulation, content security, and over-the-air receiver control and management.

It will also introduce an integrated DVB-S2 demodulator within its TT1260 SD and TT1280 HD professional receivers. The demodulator captures QPSK, 8PSK and 16APSK signals from satellites at the receiving end for decoding into bit streams or composite video outputs.

Multi-pass technology will be a second focal point within the satellite contribution and distribution zone of TANDBERG Television’s NAB booth. The company will show multi-pass HD technology for the first time within its E5780 HD encoder.

For more information, visit booth SU7858 or go to www.tandbergtv.com.

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