Manufacturer:Appear TV Download AppearTV_XC5x00_v4.0tx.pdf
- 10/100/1000BaseT input card (RJ45)
- Mini-GBIC interface (SFP) for optical input
- Supports UDP/RTP Multicast/Unicast transmission
- Supports multiple of output cards
- Streaming of up to 850 Mbit/s
- Maximum 250 service per output card
- Supports streaming of SPTS
- Support streaming of MPTS with Multiplexing (optional)
- PSI/SI regeneration
- PCR regeneration
- 1 slot wide
Appear TV systems allow operators to determine redundancy, maintenance and repair strategy appropriate for their operations, their customer base and services offered.
The IP output redundancy system presents a network with multiple sources from which it is possible to obtain the same service. Should the service from one source be corrupted, the network can receive the service from another source.
For a full redundancy scenario, identical Appear TV chassis can be configured to receive, process and stream identical services. In a typical deployment, a service is broadcast from two locations using the same IP multicast source address. As long as all sources have the same IP source address, the network will route just a single copy of the multicast stream forward to the receiver. In the event of a service issue within, or prior to, the Appear TV chassis, the IP output module exploits standard IP protocols to trigger external routers to switch to secondary sources.
Where full redundancy is not required, partial redundancy strategies can be implemented. Systems can be configured to provide full redundancy of only selected premium or ‘must-carry’ services. Operators can then choose not to replicate the input and descrambling functions of lower priority services, but still equip the chassis with multiple IP output modules to provide limited fault tolerance.
PSI/SI Function : PSI/SI input analysis, regeneration based on input and operations performed on the signal Pass-through of scrambled services : on TS level. For SPTS output only PSI/SI handling : Automatically regenerated Tables supported : PAT, PMT, CAT, SDT, NIT, EIT p/f, TDT, TOT PSIP Function : PSIP input analysis Tables supported : PAT, PMT, MGT, VCT, EIT, ETT, STT Multiplexing Supported on : ASI output (standard) and IP output (option) Video format : Transport stream, MPEG-2 SD/HD and MPEG-4 SD/HD