SINGAPORE—Broadcast monitor and management system provider Torque Video Systems has expanded its DVMon monitoring platform for DTV networks to support the new DVB-S2X transmission standard.
The DVB-S2X standard offers an efficiency gain of 51% compared to its predecessor, featuring higher bitrates to help enable wider adoption of UHD TV services.
This update to the DVMon family of products provides technical analysis of DVB-S2X modulation quality, according to Torque, with support for both real-time and historical log measurements.
“Combined with the DVMon comprehensive TS analysis and video content analysis of MPEG-2, H.264 and HEVC streams, the DVMon becomes an imperative, yet cost-effective gear for satellite operators, teleports, content playout centers and DTH operators,” said Danny Wilson, founder and CEO of Torque.
Onsite trial runs and demos of the DVMon with DVB-S2X support are currently underway. For more information, visit www.torquevideo.tv.
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