Thales Broadcast will demo its technology for MPEG content creation, delivery and adaptation for regional modification. The company also is showing its latest advances in both MSDC-IOT and solid-state DTV transmitters.
At its NAB2005 booth, Thales will showcase its approach to compressed content regionalization, including Digital Program Insertion (DPI) for ad/logo insertions. Also showcased is the company's use of DVB-H broadcasting for mobile/handheld devices, which will include a demonstration of content creation, packing, distribution and RF transmission.
On the transmitter side, Thales is spotlighting its DCX Paragon high-efficiency MSDC-IOT transmitter line, which combines the company's Soft Arc Technology (SAT) and efficient MSDC tubes for the lowest cost of ownership. Other featured transmitters include the Ultimate/Optimum, solid-state transmitters that can be used for analog, digital, air-cooled or liquid-cooled applications. Thales' solid-state architecture can be easily upgradeable from NTSC to DTV.
Thales Broadcast will be in Booth C4508.
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