IPTV operation for New-Gen QMODs

We’ve had several questions on how the IPTV streaming works in the new-gen QMODs, including the QMOD-HDMI1.5, QMOD-SDI1.5, QMOD-YPB2, and future products. Simulcasting IPTV and RF QAM Streams The new encoder can simulcast both a QAM HD cable channel and an IPTV stream. This is possible because a QAM channel carries an MPEG2 Transport Stream. An HDTV tuner tunes in to…

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HD SDI HDTV Modulator – QMOD-SDI1.5

The new QMOD-SDI1.5 features 3G SDI and Component, 2 Channel upgrade, Flex Coding, and Scaling upgrade. Employing a totally new HD encoding technology, the QMOD-SDI1.5 continues the QMODtm 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…

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What’s the difference between QAM and ATSC?

The terms ATSC and QAM define how digital channels are broadcast. ATSC stands for Advanced Television Standards Committee and QAM is an acronym for Quadrature Amplitude Modulation. There is also QPSK, which is a format used for satellite broadcasting – but since those are received by proprietary satellite TV boxes, not HDTV tuners and TVs, it’s not important for this…

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