DVEO Showing New ATSC 3.0 Version of Classic Demodulator-Receiver and Decoder

A new, full-featured, multichannel, off-air ATSC 3.0 professional receiver is designed for content monitoring and repurposing, and was recently used during the Korean Winter Olympics.

DVEO is now shipping an ATSC 3.0 version of the classic best-selling Verona 4 Tuner 8VSB frequency agile receiver-demodulator. The new TLV500E-ATSC 3.0 will be demonstrated at the 2018 NAB Show.

The broadcast quality, frequency agile system is a modular four-tuner ATSC 3.0 + 1.0 UHD/HD receiver-demodulator with an MPEG-2 (HD/SD), MPEG-4/H.264 and HEVC/H.265 decoder. It has five slots. Each slot can have an AC to DC power supply module or a tuner/decoder module. The typical application uses one AC to DC power supply and up to four tuner/decoder modules.

Each tuner/decoder module can have an RF tuner with ATSC 3.0 or ATSC 3.0 IP input. Video output is 12G/Quad 3G and 1.5G SDI digital format or HDMI, with embedded audio.

"The TLV500E-ATSC 3.0 is ideal for American, Canadian, and Mexican broadcasters who are making the much anticipated transition to ATSC 3.0," commented Laszlo Zoltan, Vice President of DVEO.

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