A web-based interface allows users to see current and historical reports for postmortem analysis, improving long-term QoS.
Trivini Digital’s new StreamScope XM Quality Assurance System is ready for ATSC 3.0.
Triveni Digital recently announced that StreamScope XM is one of the industry's first monitoring and analysis systems supporting ATSC 3.0 candidate standards. Using StreamScope XM, broadcasters can perform detailed analysis of ATSC 3.0 streams and data structures.
Broadcasters enabled by StreamScope XM can analyze ATSC 3.0 services and quickly detect, isolate, and resolve issues. StreamScope XM provides broadcasters with flexibility, enabling them to configure analysis rules, select performance parameters, customize dashboards, and resize charts and graphs to create an efficient, personalized analysis tool with on-site and internet access.
StreamScope XM makes it practical for broadcasters to launch early deployments and trials of ATSC 3.0, ushering in a new era of digital television that will leverage the dramatic improvements in the underlying broadcast technology.
"The ATSC 3.0 environment will be completely different, allowing broadcasters to deliver TV content, using IP and a heterogeneous delivery system that relies on broadband and over-the-air delivery paths. To make a graceful transition, broadcasters need a service analysis system from a trusted test and measurement manufacturer," said Ralph Bachofen, vice president of sales and marketing at Triveni Digital.
"Built upon a decade of quality assurance innovation, our StreamScope XM enables broadcasters to successfully migrate to the new environment and efficiently handle the increasing complexity and growing number of compliance requirements, while retaining commonality with our widely deployed MPEG-based StreamScope quality assurance tools. Ultimately, we are ensuring superior broadcast quality of service today and in the future."
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