Z Technology adds new DTV measurement capabilities to DM1010
April 6, 2006
Z Technology has introduced two new DTV measurement capabilities for its networked measurement demodulator: FCC shoulder measurements and transport stream data measurements.
The DM1010 measurement receiver can be networked to a personal computer running WinDM-Pro software.
The DM1010 measurement demodulator, used by transmitter and test equipment manufacturers and U.S. broadcast stations, features NIST traceable RF measurement of signal strength, spectrum display with a new direct readout of shoulder energy for compliance with the FCC mask, ATSC modulation measurements for transmitter setup and a new transport stream viewing option for DTV data content monitoring.
The DM1010 measurement receiver is a self-contained measurement instrument, with front-panel readout of NIST traceable signal level, SNR, EVM, MER and Echo Profile. The instrument ships with Z Technology WinDM-Pro application software for local or remote operation, directly connected to the user’s PC or connected through the Internet. The WinDM-Pro application, in addition to full instrument control, provides display of the RF spectrum with the new FCC shoulder measurement, a true I/Q Constellation Display for transmitter performance measurement, Eye Pattern for a graphic view of data sampling, and Echo Profile for critical monitoring of transmission line and antenna match.
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