Rohde & Schwarz will show new equipment for testing MPEG-2 and DVB technology as well as a new DAB VHF transmitter at IBC2003
Rohde's new XV7002 transposer/gap filler receives off-air signals from the master transmitter and re-broadcasts them on either the same frequency or a new frequency, saving feeding and modulation. The XV7002 works with the company's low-power DVB-T transmitter series.
The company will also feature its DVM MPEG-2 monitoring system, including the DVM 100 base unit which offers simultaneous control of up to four transport streams at data rates of maximally 216 Mbps. By adding the DVM120, users can set up a scalable monitoring system with a maximum of 20 transport stream inputs.
Also at Rohde's booth is the EFL 100 compact TV test receiver, with a built-in battery, that provides measurement functions for broadcast standards of analog and digital TV and FM radio.
Rohde will also show its new line of liquid-cooled DAB VHF transmitters available with a power range from 0.9 KW to 3.6 KW, The design of the new transmitters are based on Rohde's NM/NW 7000 line of TV transmitters.
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