May 23, 2012 - 4:07pm

Video network engineers and head-end operators use the Sencore DMG 3000 & 3100 stream processors as universal multichannel adapters to accommodate the endless signal types and changing protocols at key demarcation points in their video distribution systems. Learn More about the Digital Media Gateway 3000 or 3100 - contact an account manager today!

The Master Link in your Video Distribution Chain

  • Remote Collection and Backhaul – Easily configure to receive signals from RF and IP transmissions in remote reception locations. Re-multiplex services for efficient retransmission using high-performance IP encapsulation and FEC protected outputs. 1RU and 4RU form factors ensure a perfect fit when space is limited. Hot-swappable power supplies and modules guarantee uninterrupted service and happy viewers.

 

  • Service Aggregation and Re-distribution – Advanced service filtering, descrambling, table processing and multiplexing capabilities for re-distribution at regional head-ends and local video hub offices.

 

  • Development Labs and Test Benches – Implement all the functionality and signal types found in advanced digital video head-ends in a single compact package for development, production and test engineering facilities.

 

Universal Interface Capabilities
Input/output support for every type of video transport stream signal format.

  • IP unicast and multicast I/O with FEC and RTP support
  • Satellite, Terrestrial and Cable RF inputs
  • QAM, 8VSB, and DVB-S/S2 modulated RF outputs
  • High density DVB-ASI I/O

 

Powerful Transport Processing Functions
Simplify the collection and re-distribution of video transport streams - all while saving time, money and rack-space.

  • Redundancy switching
  • Multichannel descrambling and scrambling
  • Service filtering and multiplexing
  • SI/PSI/PSIP and EPG table manipulation

Video network engineers and head-end operators use the Sencore DMG 3000 & 3100 stream processors as universal multichannel adapters to accommodate the endless signal types and changing protocols at key demarcation points in their video distribution systems.