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Radiant rolls out MPEG-2 for cable systems

The VL4125 encodes, packets and multiplexes studio-grade quality video and audio over standard transmission streams
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The VL4125’s compression algorithm and buffer control lets users effectively manage network bandwidth.

Radiant Communications has introduced the VL4125 broadcast MPEG-2 DVB/ASI encoder.

The VL4125 encodes, packets and multiplexes studio-grade quality video and audio over standard transmission streams (TS).

Its compression algorithm and buffer control lets users effectively manage network bandwidth by selecting a bit-rate from 1Mb/s to 50Mb/s. In addition, its output bit rate is programmable from 2Mb/s to 108Mb/s. The packet identification descriptor (PID) number can also be adjusted. The encoder is fully MPEG-2/DVB compliant and supports 4:2:0 resolution and PAL and NTSC video formats.

For more information, go to booth SL3719 or visit www.RCCfiber.com.

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