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  • QMOD-SDI1.5
  • QMOD-SDI1.5

Employing a totally new HD encoding technology, the QMOD-SDI-1.5 continues the QMOD™ track record for quality and innovation, setting a new benchmark for features and performance. In addition to standard SDI resolutions, the QMOD-SDI can accept 3G SDI and 60/30 Hz feeds from prosumer SDI sources. Full scaling and 2-channel operation are now included.


  • One HD-SDI input, 3G 1080p and 1080i/720p 59.94/60 Hz HD-SDI, and SD-SDI 480i widescreen/4:3 video; also accepts embedded 608/708 captioning and AC-3/AES audio
  • One Component input, 1080i, 720p, 480p, 480i video
  • One Composite video input for encoding, captioning, or EAS use
  • Stereo, optical SPDIF, and coax SPDIF audio inputs


  • Creates a high-definition 720p/1080i MPEG-2 stream for broadcast
  • Converts stereo, AES,and PCM to stereo AC-3, can create SAP dual-language audio for each program
  • Includes captioning from Line 21 data on composite video inputs
  • Dual hardware scalers accepts 1080p video, compensates for 60/30 Hz and PAL video, and can deliver programs at a set resolution
  • Dual-channel operation is standard, creates one physical channel with two HD programs


  • Up to 270 HD Programs, 135 Channels per system
  • Delivers a fully agile QAM 64/256 digital cable channel 2-135
  • Streams IPTV from GigE Ethernet port
  • Distributes channel over an on-site broadband cable system with adjustable output level to 29 dBmV, compatible with all cable format broadband systems


  • Sets up with front-panel buttons and easy to use menus, including inputs, encoding, channel, and RF options.
  • Onboard Web page for setup and monitoring
  • Control with IP Telnet commands
  • Fan cooled, with adjustable speed
  • Saves power and rack space using efficient design
  • Includes compact switching power supply
  • Mounts in optional 1RU single (RK1) or dual (RK2EZ) 19” rack kits
  • Meets RoHS safety and California energy standards

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Last Modified: 1/27/2015