At this year's International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) in Amsterdam (September 11 to 15), IZT is presenting solutions for digital radio systems as well as high-performance test and measurement products. These include solutions for broadcast infrastructures like the IZT DAB/DRM ContentServer in addition to the IZT DAB Archive, a system for quality control and long-term archiving of DAB multiplexes.
With the signal generator platform IZT S1000/S1010, IZT is also exhibiting a flexible RF test source supporting modulation for various communication and broadcast standards.
IZT will also introduce the IZT T1000 Compact Broadcast Modulator, a compact, price-efficient modulator platform for the broadcast standards DAB and DVB-T/DVB-T2.
The IZT DAB/DRM ContentServer incorporates the functionalities of a DAB head-end in one entity, including audio encoding, data service handling and multiplexing as well as all configuration and monitoring capabilities.
The software system is installed on a standard IT server and can easily be deployed as virtual machine in IT data centres.
A comprehensive solution for quality control and long-term archiving of DAB multiplexes, the IZT DAB Archive includes functionality to record and analyse the EDI/ETI signal being delivered to the DAB transmitter network.
A library server provides access to the recordings and monitoring data of the DAB ensembles.
The signal generator platform IZT S1000/S1010 is a flexible RF test source supporting modulation for various communication and broadcast standards including DAB, DRM, HD Radio, Sirius XM and DVB-T/DVB-T2.
It incorporates up to 31 virtual signal generators and two independent RF outputs, making it possible to simulate a test environment with multiple simultaneous sources and to replace extensive setups while reducing time and cost.
In addition, the new IZT T1000 Compact Broadcast Modulator is a compact and price-efficient modulator platform for the broadcast standards DAB and DVB-T/DVB-T2.