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Adtec to deliver comprehensive digital TV display technologies at IBC

Adtec Digital will introduce its new digital television delivery solutions, new IP streaming/multimedia solutions and digital ad insertion solutions at IBC in Amsterdam, Sept. 10-14.

Adtec Digital's DPI-1200 DIT ad server

Adtec will introduce the edje-3100 and edje-3200 multiplexers designed for digital television and IP backhaul applications. The edje-3100 and the edje-3200 include two QPSK receivers with CACI interface for descrambling and routing ASI and DVB-S feeds, and output ASI and IP concurrently. The 3100, designed for the international market, also includes two DVB-T receivers. The 3200, designed for use in the United States, is equipped with two 8-VSB receivers for processing ATSC signals. It also includes SMPTE 310M inputs and outputs. Both models output multiplexed ASI and IP streams over a gigabit Ethernet interface. All models on Adtec's multiplexer product line have the ability to route MPEG transport streams over a GIGE interface.

The company will also exhibit digital adinsertion solutions including Digital into Analog (DIA), Digital into Digital (DID) and Digital into Transport (DIT).

DIT as a solution is new for Adtec, although the company helped author the SCTE 30 and SCTE 35 standards, defining the splicing of transport streams, nearly four years ago. The company will introduce the DPI-1200 DIT ad server, designed to simultaneously insert up to 12 programs into a digital cable or digital television service.

At the show, Adtec also will debut its second-generation edje-PDP digital video player and network appliance designed to fit inside Pioneer's fourth-generation PureVision Plasma displays. The company also will introduce the Soloist 3 digital media server, a product combining the functions of a digital video recorder, player, switcher and server in one device. The S3DMS offers automated real-time MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding from analog or SDI sources as well as real-time transcoding of DV formats from nonlinear editors through IEEE 1394 firewire. It supports new and future compression devices.

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