Portable IP MPEG TS, DVB-C and DVB-T/T2 monitoring device
Portable Small form factor Broadcast MPEG Transport Stream Analyzer with IP, ASI and RF (DVB-C, DVB-T/T2) interfaces.
TS Analyzer is a small form factor dedicated hardware platform enabling remote and local broadcast stream monitoring analysis and recording. It can be used to monitor and analyze transport streams, log errors, and send error alarms.
As a compact sized device, it can be placed in hard to reach locations, with little or no infrastructure for rack mounted equipment, such as remote head-ends, distribution hubs, broadcast towers and remote unattended and unmanned premises.
Designed to replace old-school PCI cards, USB-based dongles and other laptop-dependent devices, TS Analyzer is a complete free-standing unit with its own CPU and can be left to monitor signals by itself without the need for a host system.
For the most precise measurements, hardware-based decoding is the most efficient and accurate means to measure critical parameters such as jitter and delay. Unlike other software solutions, the precision that can be achieved with TS Analyzer is unparalleled.
In day-to-day field operations the TS analyzer is a powerful compact tool that can receive and decode IP, ASI, and RF signals in a single package. Thus, eliminating the need for multiple portable analysis tools such as RF analyzers and dedicated devices for troubleshooting broadcast signals.
Capable of analyzing RF parameters such as MER, CNR, Eb/N0 and signal strength, TS Analyzer is a powerful and highly portable, self-contained instrument. TS Analyzer is all you need to verify signal, video quality and delivery path integrity.
Ease of use and efficiency are paramount for field operations. TS analyzer can be connected and configured in a matter of minutes, just assign an IP address and add a stream for analysis through a user friendly web interface.
TS Analyzer can simultaneously monitor up to 32 program streams. Transport stream errors are logged locally and can be sent to a remote Monitoring system.
TS analyzer allows you to monitor and analyze multiple transport and MPEG parameters at the lowest level. Accurately measure PCR, PTS, DTS, jitter and delay, SCTE 35 Ad insertion markers, ECM, EMM’s and view and decode your EPG.
Acquire and locally store stream captures for further troubleshooting. TS analyzer is integrated into the Multiprobe monitoring platform and can also forward SNMP traps. It can also be managed via REST API calls.
Microsecond-accurate and detailed multicast packet monitoring, analysis and alarming with readout and alarming on key parameters relevant to video.
Use Media Delivery Index (MDI) to monitor the quality of delivered video as well as display system margin for IPTV systems by providing accurate measurements for jitter and delay at the network level, which are the main cases for quality loss.
Identifying and quantizing such problems in this kind of networks is key to maintaining high quality video delivery and providing indications that warn system operators with enough advance notice to allow corrective action.
Full support for the RFC 4445.
The device supports recording incoming streams to a local SD card. Local captures are an invaluable tool when working with remote locations that are hard to gain physical access to.
TS Analyzer comes with built-in advanced graphing capabilities that allow the operator to use visual comparison tools to view selective synchronized metrics. Multiple parameters may be graphed in real time and displayed simultaneously in synch for comparison purposes. For example:
MPEG TS transport streams arrive at the device via a 1G Ethernet input or through 2 ASI or 1 RF(DVB-C, DVB-T/T2) interfaces
An onboard processor provides all the necessary signal control and monitoring as well as a built-in web interface.
Above is an example where an operator may use multiple TS analyzers in different parts of their network to monitor and aggregate data and analytics as well as provide alarm services to an upper level Broadcast monitoring system such as Multiprobe.
Signal Input Interfaces
Storage Memory Cards
2xASI, 1xGbE, 1xRF (DVB-C, DVB-T/T2)
SDHC up to 256 GB
Video Control Protocols
Device Management Protocols
MPEG-2, H.264/AVC, H.265/HEVC
RTP, UDP (Multicast, Unicast)
IGMP v2, v3
MPEG TS (MPTS/SPTS)
to be logged
Events on MPEG TS transport streams
Network Protocol Events
ETSI TR 101 290, all levels
RFC 4445, EBU TECH 3337
MGB1… 5, MGF1… 4
from +5 to +40 С
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