2wcom Systems Highlights FlexDSR02/04+ DVB Satellite Receiver/IRD

The professional satellite receiver FlexDSR+ is based on a flexible platform with 1, 2 or 4 audio interfaces (analog & digital). The FlexDSR02+ receiver can be upgraded from 1 to 2 audio interfaces with a simple software update. The FlexDSR04+ is fitted with 4 audio interfaces from the beginning.

The FlexDSR02+ and FlexDSR04+ offer an unprecedented combination of capabilities in a compact 1U IRD for audio contribution via satellite and IP. The FlexDSR02+ and FlexDSR04+ now include the ability to streamline station ID handling across multiple locations, making it easier for US networks to fulfil regulatory obligations

The hourly station ID scheduler is time synchronized, with time zone configuration and time checking via NTP. With the FlexDSR’s SIRC (Satellite In-Band Remote Control) the user can even simplify the deployment of the station ID files.

They feature versatile inputs for up to four different programs with analog or digital output, a full regional insert solution, SIRC for inband control via satellite, and automatic weightbalancing of quality parameters and program source switching (satellite, IP-line, ASI, SD card) in case of failure. With support for the latest codecs, inbuilt monitoring of operational parameters, and superfast reliable hardware easily upgradeable with software options, the FlexDSR02+ and FlexDSR04+ is the most innovative IRD available

Key features:

  • Provision of local ads and regionalized content network wide
  • Existing 2wcom Systems transport and scheduling system (SIRC)
  • Flexible interface to existing automation system
  • Flexible regionalization server and receiver concept
  • Full featured Satellite Receivers with regionalization possibility (integrated memory)

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