Avateq’s RF Layer Monitoring Receiver to Show at IBC 2016

Avateq Corp. has been busy developing new features for AVQ1020RF Layer Monitoring Receiver and actively involved in the development of the latest ATSC3.0 broadcasting standard.

Knowledge and expertise in broadcasting engineering and the dedication of Avateq Corp. to R&D has led to the development of innovative digital signal processing engines and products.

Avateq's AVQ1020 ActiveCore RF Layer Monitoring Receiver is an innovative approach to maintain QoS and QoE for digital TV and radio broadcasting.

The AVQ1020 is the solution for remote day-by-day 24/7 transmitter signal monitoring through SNMP, web interface and a user-configurable alarm system. AVQ1020 supports all major terrestrial digital TV and radio broadcasting standards. It is designed to provide comprehensive monitoring capabilities of RF layer critical parameters including SNR, MER, and more. AVQ1020 features a user-friendly graphical web interface with rich plotting capabilities and data representation.

The receiver allows not only monitoring signal parameters but it can also be used for estimation and characterization of the transmitter system performance - distortions introduced by the amplification and filtering chains. The unique functionality allows the receiver to be also used for estimation of critical RF parameters of high power amplifier performance using real broadcasting signals.

The receiver can be integrated into a transmitter system for remote monitoring applications or used as a stand-alone unit during design verification, production tests and system calibration.

New functionalities has further powered AVQ1020 to become one of the most advanced RF layer monitoring systems in the industry.

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