DVEO NAB Exhibit Features New Allview Receiver/Decoder

New professional demodulator from DVEO offers wide versatility in RF and IP monitoring applications.

DVEO will feature its new Allview 8VSB/HD-SDI+IP at the NAB 2015. The new professional 8VSB receiver and H.264/MPEG-2 decoder with a built-in HD LCD monitor and high quality speakers is now shipping.

The device is a classic demodulator with an external IP media I/O. The Allview 8VSB/HD-SDI+IP features 8VSB, IP unicast or multicast (with Pro-MPEG FEC), and DVB-ASI inputs. Outputs are IP, SDI/HD-SDI with embedded audio, DVB-ASI, analog, or MPEG or AC-3 audio.The full-quality, frequency agile system can automatically switch between RF and IP inputs. Digital audio supports AES-3 id audio as well as MPEG-1/2, PCM, and AC-3.

The system is also available with an optional DVB-S/DVB-S2 or DVB-T+T2 tuner instead of an 8VSB tuner.

The Allview 8VSB/HD-SDI+IP includes a built-in 4.3 inch LCD monitor and 10 watt speaker, ready for off-air monitoring of on-air broadcasts via RF or IP in master control or ENG trucks. It is also useful for HD-SDI file playback, content repurposing, decoding IP transport stream content, and decoding ASI or SMPTE 310M streams with PID filtering.

DVEO is the broadcast division of Computer Modules, and will exhibt in booth SU6605 at NAB 2015.

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