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New QAM Monitoring Solution

Maker of the popular DVMon monitoring platform for digital television stations and networks recently debuted a QAM version of DVMon.

At IBC 2017, Torque Video Systems unveiled the latest in its DVMon monitoring platform line, the new DVMon QAM.

The DVMon QAM supports all three J.83 technical standards, and it provides integrated RF and MPEG-TS quality of service monitoring in a compact, affordable package.  It sports two RF inputs with built-in demodulation and RF signal analysis, as well as two independent ASI output ports for monitoring.

The DVMon QAM provides full RF signal analysis of key performance parameters including MER, signal noise and I/Q constellation.  The embedded transport stream monitoring function includes full TR101-290, bit rate analysis and service level monitoring for video/audio freeze, blackout, tone and silence.

Danny Wilson, Founder and CEO of Torque Video Systems said, "We've been working closely with a major national cable operator on a specific QoS/QoE monitoring platform. The DVMon QAM, launched at IBC, is the first chapter of this comprehensive technology development programme."

Torque Video Systems specializes in managing, monitoring and enhancing broadcast quality of service, providing cost-effective solutions and versatile applications, enabling operators worldwide to monitor their network operations, gain insights into viewer experience and reduce operating expenses.

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