Televes to exhibit products and solutions at NAB 2014
For another year running Televes, a global leader in the reception, distribution and testing of television signals in buildings and homes, will take part in NAB, the world's largest electronic media show, that will take place in Las Vegas (USA) between April 5-10th.
With a well positioned booth (SU9524) within the fairgrounds, the Company will exhibit its capacity for innovation, represented by the T.0X HDTV-QAM encoder, the latest addition to the T.0X family of headend equipment. The product features MPEG-2 and H.264 HD encoding of component video with up to 1024QAM annex A and B output. This solution, developed by the Televes R&D team, provides one more piece to the puzzle of todayâ€™s modern video distribution needs, with the quality and industry leading prices expected from Televes. On a single QAM channel, it encodes two inputs up to 1080p, and provides Dolby Digital, closed captioning, EAS support, and includes ASI input and output for content insertion and easy EAS signal management, including the innovative Televes integrated RF combiner.
At NAB 2014, Televes will also show the H30, a headend remote controled meter that has a proven track record since its release to the US market. The H30 includes a spectrum analyzer up to 1GHz, pre-loaded and user defined quality profiles, a simple to use tilt graph, equalizer, and all the necessary digital and analog measurements including a constellation graph. All this plus a very simple to use, web based remote interface.
Javier Ruano, CEO, Televes USA, says: â€śThe H30 is proving to be a 'go to meter' for any field tech and its features, functionality and pricing are proving to be a true market contender in this market for QAM Annex A, B, and C as well as legacy NTSC systems.â€ť
The ability to provide a complete package of headend, distribution, antennas, fiber optics, and test equipment is at the heart of Televesâ€™ offering all while maximizing cost-effectiveness and total quality control through our internal design, development, and manufacturing capabilities.Â