Features of the Amber translator system includes Web-based configuration and supervision, multiplex bandwidth management and overflow prevention and PSIP rebranding.
Thales Broadcast & Multimedia has unveiled Amber, a new cable translator system.
Amber is a broadcast-DTV-to-cable-network translator system that allows broadcasters to translate off-air digital TV broadcast signals into cable networks. This re-multiplexer combines ATSC/PSIP processing with a wide range of functions and flexible configuration.
Features include Web-based configuration and supervision, multiplex bandwidth management and overflow prevention, PSIP rebranding, PSIP protection and PSI reconciliation, broadcast-to-cable translation, dynamic configuration changes, and opportunistic data insertion.
For more information visit www.thales-bm.com.