Digital radio systems to be showcased at IBC
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.