DVB-T Signal Generation Toolkit - MaxEye Technologies Create DVB-T Standard-Based Test Signals

  • Support for Hierarchical/Non-Hierarchical Modes
  • Bandwidth: 5, 6, 7 and 8 MHz, Mapping: QPSK, 16 QAM and 64 QAM
  • FEC: RS + Convolutional code with all possible code rates
  • OFDM Cosine windowing, AWGN and IQ impairments
  • Payload Configuration: MPEG TS files, PN Sequence, Test Pattern, User Defined Bits
  • Labview API VIs, Programming Examples, Real Time Streaming using NI RFSG
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The MaxEye Signal generation software is an ideal test tool for generating test signals with different configurations and conditions to completely test receivers during design, verification and on the manufacturing floor to characterize the receiver performance. The receiver performance can be verified by doing BER analysis at the various stages of the receiver (BER after demodulation, BER after inner decoding and BER after outer decoding).

This toolkit offers a standard-based test solution for designing, evaluating and manufacturing Digital video broadcasting-terrestrial (DVB-T) equipment. DVB-T is the European-based consortium standard for broadcast transmission of digital terrestrial television. DVB-T can transport compressed video data in an MPEG transport stream using OFDM modulation with channel coding (i.e. COFDM). This standard is adopted in more than 30 countries. The use of COFDM with appropriate guard interval allows optimal tradeoff between network topology and frequency efficiency. We support all the guard intervals, interleavers and code rates specified in ETSI 300-744 standard. We also support both non-hierarchical and hierarchical transmission modes so that two completely separate data streams can be multiplexed in to a single signal. Detailed set of features discussed below.

Support Information
For technical support, please contact MaxEye Technologies:
Phone: +91 9448067717
Email: info@maxeyetech.com

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