NXG-NTSC-16 IP Digital to RF Analog Converter
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Blonder Tongue - NXG-NTSC-16 IP Digital to RF Analog Converter

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The NXG–NTSC-16 module is a multi-channel digital to RF analog converter. The NXG-NTSC-16 module converts up to 16 HD or SD programs and the primary audio channel to 16 NTSC modulated RF analog channels, all within the NXG digital signal processing platform.

The NXG-NTSC-16 can input any MPEG-2, MPEG-4/H.264 (AVC), or H.265 (HEVC) format from the NXG IP backplane to decode, convert, and modulate it to an NTSC RF analog channel. All 16 NTSC analog RF channels are agile within a 208 MHz frequency block. Users may place the 208 MHz block anywhere within the 54 to 1002 MHz frequency span.

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  • Delivers up to 16 NTSC RF analog channels
  • MPEG-2, MPEG-4, and H.265 video decode
  • Dolby® Digital AC3, AAC, and MP3 audio decode
  • Line 21 Closed Caption EIA 608-708 pass-through
  • Supports AFD or Manual aspect ratio configuration


Blonder Tongue

Solutions for All Your Applications Blonder Tongue Laboratories, Inc. offer customers more than 130 years of combined engineering and manufacturing excellence with a solid history of delivering reliable, quality products. As a leader in the field of Cable Television communications, they provide system operators and integrators serving the cable, broadcast, satellite, IPTV, institutional and professional video markets with comprehensive solutions for the provision of content contribution, distribution and video delivery to homes and businesses. The B-T designs, manufactures, sells and supports an equipment of SD/HD digital video solutions, as well as core analog video and high speed data solutions for distribution over coax, fiber and IP networks. For over 60 years, Blonder Tongue has customized cost-effective solutions for the broadcast, hospitality, education, healthcare, government, sports, entertainment, and enterprise markets. From supporting major broadcast networks to campuses, hotels, stadiums, and airports Blonder Tongue has its customers’ needs covered. Blonder Tongue was founded in 1952, in Old Bridge, NJ by Ike Blonder and Ben Tongue. The company started building Amplifiers or boosters for TV antennas and also building TV antennas. Ike was awarded a patent for inventing the log-periodic television antenna. In the following years, Blonder Tongue expanded their range of products to support the growing Cable TV industry. In 1972, Toner Cable became a stocking distributor for Blonder Tongue and today is their largest stocking distributor worldwide.