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Digital tv headend DVB-TS Processor

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Dual-Channel Out Multiplexer digital tv and catv iptv headend RTS4002
Recommended Features
  • Compliant with ISO13818 & EN300468 standard
  • Function of re-multiplexing of 2-channel TS, configured with 2*ASI+2*ASI(backup) interfaces
  • 8*ASI or 6*Tuner+2*ASI inputs optional
  • Functions of PID filtering & re-mapping
  • TS over IP output in UDP protocol, unicast and multicast modes available
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Introduction

RTS4002 Tuner & ASI-In(RTS4002-A ASI input) Dual-Out Multiplexer is a high-quality device, which is configured with demodulation and multiplexing modules in one unit. This unit has input choices of 6*Tuner+2*ASI(RTS4002-T) or 8*ASI(RTS4002-A), and provides output of 2*ASI+2*ASI(backup)+2*TSoIP. IP output is of Gigabit Ethernet(1000M), capable of transporting 2*MTPS(sharing one data port, in mirror of 2*ASI), and unicast & multicast can be optional. Besides, this multiplexer is also equipped with more functions, such as PSI/SI generating and editing, re-multiplexing, PID re-mapping, PCR accurate adjusting, etc.. With high integration, excellent performance and competitive cost, RTS4002(-A) is widely used in CATV broadcasting system, digital TV head-end projects and so on.

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