Nucomm ProQ DTV IFB Receiver Omaha NE

Nucomm, part of the Vitec Group's RF Systems business unit and a provider of digital and analog microwave systems for the broadcast industry, common carrier, cable, government, military, and international marketplace, said its new ProQ DTV IFB receiver could strengthen DTV signals and increase IP capabilities in Omaha.

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Nucomm ProQ DTV IFB Receiver

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Source: PRO AV News Service
Publication date: February 18, 2009

By Pro AV Staff

Nucomm, part of the Vitec Group's RF Systems business unit and a provider of digital and analog microwave systems for the broadcast industry, common carrier, cable, government, military, and international marketplace, said its new ProQ DTV IFB receiver could strengthen DTV signals and increase IP capabilities.

According to the company, the ProQ DTV IFB receiver works well as an IFB solution for ENG users during DTV transmission, monitoring of DTV signals through a DVB-ASI output, and streaming video over an IP connection to a laptop or other IP-enabled device. At 5x1.75x8.5 inches, the receiver features dual UHF/VHF antennas, two advanced silicon tuners, and sixth-generation VSB demodulators.

"Through our new ProQ DTV IFB receiver, users in the field can monitor the quality of DTV transmission and receive cueing signals from the studio," said RF Systems president Stephen Shpock, in a statement. "It also affords broadcasters the benefits of streaming DTV video over IP, which is becoming a new standard within today's industry."

The ProQ includes an MPEG Layer 1/Layer 2 audio decoder that can decode two independent sound programs, providing up to four audio channels and using bit rates as low as 32 kbps for each. Paired with low-latency audio encoders and proper design of the DTV packet insertion, total audio latency can be less than 80 ms.

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