Artel Video Systems Adds Satellite Scanning To L-Band Demodulator

At the 2016 NAB Show, Artel Video Systems will demonstrate new satellite scanning features for its DLC510 Dual-Port L-Band Demodulator that expand the capabilities of the company’s DigiLink Media Transport platform, functioning as an L-band satellite demodulator and as a fully automatic L-band transponder scanner.

As a scanner, Artel Video Systems' DigiLink scans L-band transponders on a satellite, and using DL Manager provides essential RF information, modulation data, and other key metrics in an easy-to-read list. Operators can then select a specific satellite transponder and send the demodulated signal to the ASI output for transport by other DigiLink modules over IP or fiber networks.

At the NAB Show Artel also will show its DLC910, a 4-channel 3G/HD/SD-SDI multiviewer that is fully compatible with its DigiLink platform. The DLC910 auto detects formats, supports standard SMPTE SDI formats, and features audio monitoring, automatic aspect ratio, flexible input and output options, and more.

Also on display will be the Artel FiberLink 3514 Series, which supports 4 channels of independent 3G/HD/SD-SDI or DVB-ASI, with or without embedded audio and data, and transmits it over one single mode or multimode fiber. When using all four inputs, FiberLink 3514 supports 4K/UHD resolutions at 60 fps. FiberLink 3514 is capable of transmitting two 4K/UHD signals at 30 fps simultaneously.

Finally, the company has announced a new ArtelCare services program that provides service and support to assist customers in planning, deploying, and maintaining their Artel media transport solutions. ArtelCare includes technical support, software and hardware coverage, and more.

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