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Eight-Channel IPTV SD Encoder

by Carson Hu ***
We are one of the providers of digital TV ,CATVand IPTV System head-end equipment . SD/HD encoder, DVB modulator, professional IRD, receiver/decoder, multiplexer and scrambler, etc.,
Recommended Features
  • Video compression: MPEG-2 SD
  • Audio compression: MPEG-1 Layer II, LC-AAC, and AC3
  • PAL/NTSC modes available
  • Able to multiplex local digital signals with external TS from ASI input
  • Equipped with empty packets filtering of IP out
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RES2104 MPEG-2 Four-Channel SD Encoder acts as a professional broadcasting device for audio and video compression with additional multiplexing functions. It is configured with 4-channel of CVBS video(8-channel item available) and 4 unbalanced stereo analog L/R audio(8-channel item available) inputs, to realize simultaneous encoding of multiple programs. With an additional ASI input, the input 4 (or 8) channels can be further multiplexed with an external transport stream(SPTS or MPTS). Supported by standard MPEG-2 SD video and MPEG-1 Layer II, LC-AAC and AC3 audio encoding, RES2104 performs well in ultra-low bit rate and low latency. The device outputs with ASI and TS over IP(in 1*MPTS or 4*SPTS), to meet variety of needs in digital TV industry, such as IPTV, DTV broadcasting head-end systems, etc.. Its easy-operating design, high and unrivaled performances, well compatibility and integration, all make this device a prolonged, mature and welcomed option for worldwide operators and distributors.

Contact Detail

Email : carson@regen-china.com Skype : carsonhu526

Website : www.regen-china.com MSN:carsonhu526@gmail.com

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