DCM710 ASI to IP Mux and Scrambler

1. 32 SPTS over UDP/IP ,unicast and multicast

2.8 channels DVB-C/T/ISDB-T input

3.Support mpeg2 and mpeg4 TS to IP one way conversion

Send Inquiry

Product Details

Overview

    DCM710 Digital Content Manager (DCM) MPEG Processor is a compact 1RU platform capable of processing a high number of MPEG video streams. The MPEG Processor is the Second generation of intelligent headend processing equipment where the combination of compactness and flexibility leads to a cost-effective solution. Based on our experience, brings operational and economic benefits in MPEG processing application. The optional built-in DVB scrambler allows easy integration with several Conditional Access (CA).

    DCM710 Professional DCM platform is an ideal solution for multiplexing, scrambling of MPEG streams which provide a cost effective, versatile and efficient for delivering digital TV content over IP networks that Integrates up to 16 separate IP address or Ports and De-encapsulates and Routes Any or All Selected Transport Streams via eight ASI Inputs Port.

    DCM710 Supports advanced PSI and descriptor handling capabilities. PSI,SI tables can be regenerated and played out, changing dynamically according to input changes and configurations. Integration with  SI-Editor allows customized PSI/SI situations to be addressed.


Features 

Up to 8 channels DVB-ASI input per chassis

Up to 16x MPTS IP outputs

De-encapsulates and Routes Any or All Selected Transport Streams outputs

Support processing for multiplexing PSI/SI Table

PID filtering,mapping and passtthrough

Output data rate range: GbE IP:1 ~ 800Mbps

Input DVB-ASI: ≤100Mbps

Auto-generation and manual upload for SI/PSI information

SPTS and MPTS supported

Up to 4 CAS simul-cryption

Transrating of MPEG2/MPEG4 AVC SD and HD

Management via WEB and local front panel

Integrated, compact 1-RU platform saves rack space and reduces operating costs

Low network jitter,low latency,high PCR precision

Easy-to-Use System Management

Real-time monitoring bit rate statistics


Inquiry