02.04.2005 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Sencore rolls out ATLAS MRD 3187 receiver


The MRD 3187’s modular design allows customizable chasses with a variety of input and output possibilities.

Sencore has introduced the ATLAS MRD 3187 configurable receiver.

The system is composed of a hardware platform that is completely configurable to the application. It offers remote access capabilities and multi-unit management software.

The MRD 3187’s modular design allows customizable chasses with a variety of input and output possibilities, including RF inputs, transport stream inputs and outputs, video decoding and audio decoding. The unit can be configured either as a 1 by 6, or 2 by 3, and can provide up two independent or redundant outputs.

The MRD 3187 can decode MPEG-2 Main Profile at High Level (4:2:0), Main Profile at Low Level and Simple Profile at Main Level. It supports all ATSC formats including: 1080i, 720p, 480i and 480p. The unit also provides analog output options that include: NTSC, S-Video, and RGB/YPbPr. The digital video options include SDI/HDSDI.

For more information, visit www.sencore.com.

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