The HDE-8C DIN encoders are designed to be used with eight (8) sources providing component/composite video outputs.
The HDE-8C-QAM DIN (OPT 2) encoder digitizes and MPEG-2 encodes each input into a high-definition stream. The eight (8) program streams are multiplexed and then modulated onto four adjacent QAM channels in the 54-1002 MHz range (CATV 2-158). The HDE-8C-QAM/IP DIN (OPT 2) encoder includes an IP output to provide 8xSPTS. Each unit ships with a supply of eight (8) H258C DIN to RCA Cables.
Digitizes, MPEG-2 encodes, and modulates up to 8 inputs into 4xQAM output channels (2 Prog. per QAM Ch.)
Configurable to ITU-T J.83 Annex A and B digital QAM formats
Provides a front-panel -20 dB RF test point
Provides 8xSPTS outputs on QAM/IP model
Supports user-defined PSIP configuration
Supports custom video and transport stream bit rate settings
Supports Real-time Dolby® Digital audio encoding
Supports Closed Captioning EIA-608 for each of the 8 encoded programs
Equipped w/ EAS interface (Analog Video + L/R Audio) and triggering, compatible with all EAS receivers
Provides comprehensive GUI-based monitoring and control via standard Web browsers
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