ATSC and ATSC-M/H Digital Video Signal Generation Toolkit - MaxEye Technologies ATSC and ATSC-M/H Standard-Compliant Signal Generation

  • Support for main and multiplexed M/H service
  • Support for multiple M/H parades
  • 8 VSB modulation, RS (235, 187), RS (223, 187), RS (211, 187)
  • Pulse shaping: root-raised-cosine filter with roll off of 0.1152
  • Real-time streaming of the generated signal
  • Payload mode: TS file, multiplexed TS file, IP stream, PN sequence, and user defined
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The MaxEye Technologies ATSC and ATSC-M/H Digital Video Signal Generation Toolkit extends NI LabVIEW tools and functions with NI RF signal generators (RFSGs) to generate digital video broadcasting test signals that conform to their respective standard specifications. With this toolkit, you can store the generated waveform in a file and then play the waveform in real time using NI RFSG Streaming mode. This feature enables the testing of the received audio/video signals continually for hours. The duration of the generated waveform in this mode is limited only by the available disk memory.

This toolkit offers a standards-based test solution for designing, evaluating, and manufacturing ATSC equipment. ATSC standards were developed by the Advanced Television Systems Committee for digital television transmission over terrestrial, cable, and satellite networks. ATSC digital television is published as an A/53 standard. Part 2 of the standard has specifications for the physical layer. ATSC-M/H (Advanced Television Systems Committee - Mobile/Handheld) is a standard in the United States for mobile digital TV that allows TV broadcasts to be received by mobile devices. ATSC-M/H is published as an A/153 standard.

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