X75TMHD
X75TMSD
Multiple Path Converter, Synchronizer
……..and more

June 2006
Randy Conrod – Product Manager, Digital Prod...
Introduction

• This presentation uses hyperlinks so that you may proceed
  through all of the slides or jump to a topic t...
Table of Contents

      Today’s Requirements                                      Audio Capability

        What is the X...
Today’s Requirements



     • As we move to fully digital and hybrid systems in both
       standard and high definition ...
Increased Functionality Required

• Increased functionality includes:
     – Up, down, cross and aspect ratio conversion f...
Increased Functionality Required

• Increased functionality includes:
     – The ability to take legacy analog signals int...
Increased Functionality Required

• Increased functionality includes:
     – Increased use of metadata:
        • Digital ...
Required Functions for Video

• Conversions for analog, digital and hybrid facilities that exist today
  and into the futu...
Required Functions for Audio

• Audio conversions
     – A to D, D to A
     – Balanced (110 ohm)/Unbalanced digital (75 o...
Required Functions for Metadata




      • Metadata processing such as CC transcoding of EIA608 (line
        21) to EIA7...
Required Functions for Control/Monitoring




      • For today’s systems, 10/100baseT Ethernet connectivity with
        ...
Where do we need this functionality ?


• HDTV Mobile Production
      – Live Broadcasts for Sports and Music
      – Fast...
Targets for a Device



      • An integrated rack mount package
      • Provide as many functions as possible to save spa...
Table of Contents

       Today’s Requirements                                      Audio Capability

         What is the...
What is the X75 ?

      • “An award winning multiple path converter, frame
        synchronizer and more….. all in a uniq...
Use Less Equipment

• Saves space by providing synchronization, analog and digital
  conversions, upgradeable up/down/cros...
M-PATH Video and Audio Processing


• Conversions for analog, digital and optional high definition are
  combined with mul...
IP Enabled

• CCS (Command and Control System) enabled for use with
  Navigator and Pilot software (Leitch software) and N...
Major Features

•         SDTV and HDTV versions
•         SDTV upgrade to HDTV Up/Cross/Down conversion
•         Easy se...
Table of Contents

       Today’s Requirements                                      Audio Capability

         What is the...
X75 – Evolution of the DPS-575
• Planned evolution of DPS-575
• New platform and architecture for HDTV and/or SDTV
• Two m...
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How is the X75 improved over the DPS-575 ?


      • Guaranteed path to upgrade to HD
      • Lower cost version, SDI only...
Table of Contents

       Today’s Requirements                                      Audio Capability

         What is the...
Architecture

          • Top View of Fan, PSU and PCBs



  Fan assembly

                                               ...
Architecture

         • 2nd PSU – can be field retrofitted (kit required)




Dual redundant
PSU




   #26              ...
Architecture

      • Another top view




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Architecture

      • Fan Assembly (removable)




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Architecture

      • Air Flow for Cooling
                                      Front to Back Air Flow




              ...
Architecture

      • Back View of Cooling




  Air flow slots along top and bottom               Additional air flow slo...
Architecture

      • Front View, no control panel




                      Slots along top and bottom and in front panel...
Architecture

      • Front / Top View, with control panel




                            Slots along top and bottom




...
Architecture

      • Front / Top View of Remote Control Panel




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Architecture

      • Back View of Remote Control Panel




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Architecture

      • Back View of Extender Mounting Bar




                                                          X75...
Architecture

      • Back View of Extender Mounting Bar with rear cable
        support




#36                        as...
Architecture

      • Back View of Extender Mounting Bar with rear cable
        support – pull out X75 for servicing powe...
Table of Contents

       Today’s Requirements                                      Audio Capability

         What is the...
Architecture
      •   Front View of Local Control Panel




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Architecture
      •   Back View of Connector Types




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Table of Contents

       Today’s Requirements                                      Audio Capability

         What is the...
Part Numbers and Descriptions


• The X75 is available in two major categories
      – HDTV
      – SDTV
        • with an...
Four Levels of Models

• X75SD with dual SDI inputs and outputs
• X75-DPS-575 includes X75OPT-PQM analog video
  input
• X...
X75SD Packages

• The X75SD can be provided in the following 1RU packages with
  options.

      – The analog video input ...
SDTV versions (X75SD)




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DPS-575 Packages

• The X75SD can be provided as an DPS-575 equivalent in the
  following 1RU packages with options.

    ...
DPS-575 Replacement

• The SDTV version of X75 replaces the DPS-575 by ordering
  the ―X75-DPS-575‖ models
• The ―X75-DPS-...
SDTV versions (DPS-575 equivalent)




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X75HD Packages

• The X75HD can be provided in the following 1RU packages with
  options.

      – The analog video input ...
HDTV versions (X75HD)




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X75 Options
      •   Hardware
                  •   Upgradeable to HDTV with coax and SC fiber connectors for HD fiber in...
Hardware Options




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Software Options




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Options – SDTV Noise Reduction

• SDTV Noise Reduction
      – Improved NR over DPS-575
      – 3-Dimensional SDTV Digital...
Optional Cables




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Spares Kit and Manuals




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Analog Audio Connectors (8/16 ch)




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Breakout Cables




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Breakout Cables




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Breakout Cables




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Breakout Cables




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Breakout Cables




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Breakout Cables




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Table of Contents

       Today’s Requirements                                      Audio Capability

         What is the...
M-PATH Multiple Path Processing

• M-PATH is a means of selecting or detecting input
  signals to processed output signals...
X75SD Video Functional



• The X75SD is the most basic unit
• In Default M-PATH mode (All Output Select), inputs
  are se...
X75SD Video Functional




      • In Default M-PATH mode (All Output Select), inputs
        are selected or can be auto-...
X75SD Video Functional




      • In Default M-PATH mode (All Output Select), inputs
        are selected or can be auto-...
X75SD Video Functional




      • In Default M-PATH mode (All Output Select), inputs
        are selected or can be auto-...
X75SD Video Functional




      • In Default M-PATH mode (All Output Select), inputs
        are selected or can be auto-...
X75SD Video Functional




      • In Default M-PATH mode (All Output Select), inputs
        are selected or can be auto-...
X75SD Video Functional




         • The Video Input Precedence allows for auto-switched
           inputs (as you lose o...
X75SD Video Functional




            • The Video Input Precedence allows for auto-switched
              inputs (as you ...
X75SD Video Functional




      • There are two SDI frame syncs (one can have
        embedded audio processing if the au...
X75SD Video Functional




      • The ―Digi-Duplex‖ mode from the DPS-575 is
        duplicated in the X75SD when an opti...
X75SD Video Functional




      • There is third possible path, as well.




                                            ...
X75SD Video Functional




      • There is another third possible path, as well.




                                    ...
X75-DPS-575 Video Functional




      • The X75-DPS-575 includes the X75OPT-PQM
      • There is exactly the same functio...
X75HD Video Functional




      • The X75HD provides up, down, cross conversion with
        all of the features shown th...
X75HD Video Functional

      Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input


        HDTV Fiber In
       ...
X75HD Video Functional

      Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input


           HDTV Fiber In
    ...
X75HD Video Functional

      Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input


           HDTV Fiber In
    ...
X75HD Video Functional

      Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input


           HDTV Fiber In
    ...
X75HD Video Functional

      Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input


           HDTV Fiber In
    ...
X75HD Video Functional

      Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input


          HDTV Fiber In
     ...
X75HD Video Functional

      Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input


           HDTV Fiber In
    ...
X75HD Video Functional

      Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input


           HDTV Fiber In
    ...
X75HD Video Functional

      Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input


           HDTV Fiber In
    ...
X75HD Video Functional




      • The Video Input Precedence allows for auto-switched
        inputs (as you lose one sig...
X75HD Video Functional

          M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect Video Input
          with Precedence (Primary, Sec...
X75HD Video Functional




      • The X75HD has up to four paths of processing when
        a optional analog video optio...
X75HD Video Functional

      M-PATH Operational Mode, Quadruple Paths (use Video Routing)


           HDTV Fiber In
    ...
X75HD Video Functional

      M-PATH Operational Mode, Quadruple Paths (use Video Routing)


           HDTV Fiber In
    ...
X75HD and X75OPT-HDDUOCON Video Functional




      • When the X75OPT-HDDUOCON software key option
        is enabled, an...
X75HD and X75OPT-HDDUOCON Video Functional


      M-PATH Operational Mode, Simultaneous Up and Down Paths (use Video Rout...
X75HD and X75OPT-HDDUOCON Video Functional


      M-PATH Operational Mode, Simultaneous Cross and Down Paths (use Video R...
X75HD and X75OPT-HDDUOCON Video Functional


      M-PATH Operational Mode, Simultaneous Cross and SDTV ARC’d Paths (use V...
Table of Contents

       Today’s Requirements                                      Audio Capability

         What is the...
Simulcast Mode

• Simulcast mode allows you to choose any two
  inputs and switch between them using a GPI
  (General Purp...
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        Today’s Requirements                                      Audio Capability

          What is t...
Same Broadcast Quality as X75HD


             Up converter


                              Cross converter
              ...
X75HD and NEO/6800+ XHD
       Positioning

       X75HD: ideal solution in a dynamic signal environment
       where mult...
Comprehensive HD Conversion

   Price
                                   X75HD Up, Down, Cross Converter & Frame Sync
    ...
New System Design



                                                               Unknown Output
Unknown Input
         ...
XHD Up-Converter: NEO vs. 6800+

                                        6800+           NEO
       Feature               ...
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        Today’s Requirements                                      Audio Capability

          What is t...
X75 Audio Capabilities

• Three audio options available
       – 8 channel internal processing
       – 16 channel interna...
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  1. 1. X75TMHD X75TMSD Multiple Path Converter, Synchronizer ……..and more June 2006 Randy Conrod – Product Manager, Digital Products #1 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  2. 2. Introduction • This presentation uses hyperlinks so that you may proceed through all of the slides or jump to a topic that you wish • If you have opened this presentation within Explorer, the links will not function correctly • Press File, Save as – save the presentation to your hard drive and open the file from your hard drive • Press Slide Show, View Show and the links will function correctly Click here #2 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  3. 3. Table of Contents Today’s Requirements Audio Capability What is the X75 ? Control Capability Key Features and Benefits Video Conversion Capability Evolution of the DPS-575 MPEG 4 / AAC Monitor Architecture Streaming Front/Back Views Video to Audio Timing Tool X75 Models SDTV Applications What is M-PATH Mode? HDTV Applications What is Simulcast Mode ? FAQs What is the difference between the X75 and 6800+ and NEO XHD ? #3 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  4. 4. Today’s Requirements • As we move to fully digital and hybrid systems in both standard and high definition formats, the requirements for processing are increasing. • On a worldwide basis, high definition is becoming more and more prevalent — with the use of wide screen and surround sound becoming more popular in home theatre environments. • Because the requirements for processing are increasing, demands for more functionality are increasing in parallel #4 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  5. 5. Increased Functionality Required • Increased functionality includes: – Up, down, cross and aspect ratio conversion for use in hybrid facilities. – Analog, digital compressed and embedded audio. – Multi-channel audio for surround sound and multiple language applications. – Advanced audio processing such as decompression and compression. • This processing (especially audio compression) requires increased video delay for proper lip sync. – SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol). • This popular protocol, which is used in the telecom industry for monitoring equipment, has become an important requirement in the television industry. #5 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  6. 6. Increased Functionality Required • Increased functionality includes: – The ability to take legacy analog signals into the digital domain (with the best processing at the best price). • This step is important — especially before upconverting and compressing video signals. – Interfaces for high definition including optical fiber and DVI. • ~ Optical fiber is required for long cable runs (>100m / 300ft.). • ~ DVI is becoming more popular as an interface into LCD and plasma type picture displays. – Intelligent input processing for alarming and auto-switchover — for purposes of reducing downtime. #6 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  7. 7. Increased Functionality Required • Increased functionality includes: – Increased use of metadata: • Digital video and audio are the data ―essence‖ of a program signal. • In today’s facilities, there are many forms of ―data about the essence‖ (or metadata) that travel along with the video and audio signals. • Requirements vary — in some cases, a transparent metadata pass-through is required. In other cases, you may wish to change the metadata. – Dual power supplies for increased reliability in critical situations. – Front-to-back forced airflow. #7 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  8. 8. Required Functions for Video • Conversions for analog, digital and hybrid facilities that exist today and into the future – A to D, D to A, Color Decoding, Color Encoding, Up/Down/Cross Conversions, DV, HDV – More than one conversion type per device • Video synchronization and timing for ingest and for re-entry purposes (with time base correction for legacy tape transports) • Noise reduction (before compression) • Genlocking for stable output • Alarms for over/under level, freeze, loss of signal with user settable thresholds and delays • Branding, Source ID, Test Generator for SDTV and HDTV • Optical interface • DVI interface #8 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  9. 9. Required Functions for Audio • Audio conversions – A to D, D to A – Balanced (110 ohm)/Unbalanced digital (75 ohm) • Audio sample rate conversion, synchronization and timing with video to maintain proper lip sync • Audio processing for gain matching, invert, channel swap • Embedded processing in SDI and HD-SDI • Alarms for over/under level, silence with user settable thresholds and delays • Lots of channels (5.1+2), (7.1+2) • Test tone generator for analog, AES and embedded • Audio compression and decompression (Dolby E, Digital AC-3, Pro- Logic) and audio metadata • Voice-over #9 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  10. 10. Required Functions for Metadata • Metadata processing such as CC transcoding of EIA608 (line 21) to EIA708 (line 9) when upconverting (and the reverse for downconverting) • Transparency for metadata passing through a processing device • Full VBI control line-by-line, field-by-field – For setup on/off (especially line 21) – Selectable notch/comb when converting • AFD (Active Format Descriptor) for signaling Aspect Ratio Converters • Embedding Dolby E audio metadata after decoding #10 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  11. 11. Required Functions for Control/Monitoring • For today’s systems, 10/100baseT Ethernet connectivity with dual ports • Streaming over IP for monitoring purposes • Built-in web server for easy interfacing to PCs using IE/Netscape • SNMP industry standard • Windows GUI • External protocol for those who wish to write their own software • GPI inputs and outputs – User programmable • Hardware control panels (local and remote) – User customizable #11 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  12. 12. Where do we need this functionality ? • HDTV Mobile Production – Live Broadcasts for Sports and Music – Fast operator controls – Automatic input selection of composite, SDI or HD-SDI inputs to the proper HD output format. • Satellite ingest for genlocking and timing purposes. – Frame synchronization with audio processing and delay for any input signal type to many output signal types (and time base correction for when it is needed) – Noise reduction • Other similar applications exist in news and production. – TBC for legacy tape transports, 1080psf-23.98 format • Broadcast Facilities – Upconversion for HD output, down conversion for monitoring/logging, and cross-conversion for programs that are recorded in other then the native station format. #12 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  13. 13. Targets for a Device • An integrated rack mount package • Provide as many functions as possible to save space and costs • Video only, video and audio configurations with and without control panel • Multiple channels of video and audio processing #13 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  14. 14. Table of Contents Today’s Requirements Audio Capability What is the X75 ? Control Capability Key Features and Benefits Video Conversion Capability Evolution of the DPS-575 MPEG 4 / AAC Monitor Architecture Streaming Front/Back Views Video to Audio Timing Tool X75 Models SDTV Applications What is M-PATH Mode? HDTV Applications What is Simulcast Mode ? FAQs What is the difference between the X75 and 6800+ and NEO XHD ? #14 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  15. 15. What is the X75 ? • “An award winning multiple path converter, frame synchronizer and more….. all in a unique 1RU package designed for hybrid analog, digital and HDTV applications” – Use less equipment for your video and audio processing applications – M-PATH Multiple path video processing for A<>D and simultaneous up/down or cross/down conversion and a choice of 8, 16 or 32 channel core audio processing – IP enabled for control, monitoring and streaming BIRTV #15 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  16. 16. Use Less Equipment • Saves space by providing synchronization, analog and digital conversions, upgradeable up/down/cross conversion, 8, 16 or 32 channel audio processing with DOLBY decode and encode in 1RU with networked control and monitoring. • Handles analog, digital, high definition video signals with optional embedded, analog, digital and compressed audio processing • Brings additional functionality: streaming for monitoring purposes, HDTV optical and DVI-D interface, enhanced alarm and auto switch-over capability, DV IEEE interface, noise reduction and industry standard SNMP #16 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  17. 17. M-PATH Video and Audio Processing • Conversions for analog, digital and optional high definition are combined with multiple path processing – Anything in to everything out – Simultaneous A>D and D>A – Up, down, cross conversions – Simultaneous up and down, cross and down conversion option – SDTV and HDTV logo generator, source ID (future free upgrade) • Embedded audio for SDTV and optional HDTV with analog and digital audio interfaces provide for surround sound applications – Integrated DOLBY-E and DOLBY DIGITAL (AC-3) audio decoding – Integrated DOLBY-E encoding – Voice-over capability – A total of 8, 16 or 32 channels of core audio processing #17 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  18. 18. IP Enabled • CCS (Command and Control System) enabled for use with Navigator and Pilot software (Leitch software) and Nucleus User Customizable Control Panel • Industry standard SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) enabled • Built-in Web Server for control and monitoring using your browser with ―video thumbnail‖ over a single Ethernet connection • A secondary Ethernet connection for optional MPEG4 CIF and AAC monitoring quality video and audio streaming • Local and Remote Panels for up to 200 units #18 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  19. 19. Major Features • SDTV and HDTV versions • SDTV upgrade to HDTV Up/Cross/Down conversion • Easy selection for video inputs and outputs • Media monitoring over Ethernet – Basic (video only), Optional (streaming video and audio) • Priority settings for all inputs – HDTV – SDTV – Optional analog (NTSC, PAL-B, PAL-M, SECAM) – All outputs including analog provided • Aspect Ratio Converters for both SDTV and HDTV • Fiber interface for HDTV input and output (SC type standard, FC and ST type optional) • DVI-D (720p, 1080i) output • 8, 16 or 32 channels Core Audio processing • Optional internal audio decoder (DOLBY-E/AC-3TM) • Optional internal audio encode (DOLBY-ETM ) • 4 x SD, 4 x HD (groups) DeEmbedders, Embedders • 2 AES In and Out with 4 x Analog Audio In and Out (8 ch. internal processing) • 5 AES In and Out with 4 x Analog Audio In and Out (16 ch. internal processing) • 8 AES In and Out (32 ch. internal processing) • SNMP enabled (optional) • EIA-608 to EIA-708 transcode with CDP packets • HD/SD Logo with SD memory card #19 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  20. 20. Table of Contents Today’s Requirements Audio Capability What is the X75 ? Control Capability Key Features and Benefits Video Conversion Capability Evolution of the DPS-575 MPEG 4 / AAC Monitor Architecture Streaming Front/Back Views Video to Audio Timing Tool X75 Models SDTV Applications What is M-PATH Mode? HDTV Applications What is Simulcast Mode ? FAQs What is the difference between the X75 and 6800+ and NEO XHD ? #20 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  21. 21. X75 – Evolution of the DPS-575 • Planned evolution of DPS-575 • New platform and architecture for HDTV and/or SDTV • Two main versions – X75SD with an upgrade path to HDTV – X75HD Hybrid HDTV up/down/cross converter & synchronizer #21 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  22. 22. #22 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  23. 23. How is the X75 improved over the DPS-575 ? • Guaranteed path to upgrade to HD • Lower cost version, SDI only platform with 2 independent frame sync’d paths • Industry leading composite 3D adaptive decoder available PQM options • Thumbnail generator, improved web server, optional MPEG4 monitoring streaming • Dolby E /AC3 decoder, Dolby E encoder available • Redundant power supply available • Equivalent X75SD versions less expensive than DPS-575 (X75-DPS-575) #23 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  24. 24. Table of Contents Today’s Requirements Audio Capability What is the X75 ? Control Capability Key Features and Benefits Video Conversion Capability Evolution of the DPS-575 MPEG 4 / AAC Monitor Architecture Streaming Front/Back Views Video to Audio Timing Tool X75 Models SDTV Applications What is M-PATH Mode? HDTV Applications What is Simulcast Mode ? FAQs What is the difference between the X75 and 6800+ and NEO XHD ? #24 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  25. 25. Architecture • Top View of Fan, PSU and PCBs Fan assembly PSU SDTV PCB DV- PCB Audio PCB Analog Video Input PCB HDTV PCB #25 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  26. 26. Architecture • 2nd PSU – can be field retrofitted (kit required) Dual redundant PSU #26 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  27. 27. Architecture • Another top view #27 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  28. 28. Architecture • Fan Assembly (removable) #28 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  29. 29. Architecture • Air Flow for Cooling Front to Back Air Flow Slots along top and bottom and between connectors #29 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  30. 30. Architecture • Back View of Cooling Air flow slots along top and bottom Additional air flow slots between connectors #30 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  31. 31. Architecture • Front View, no control panel Slots along top and bottom and in front panel #31 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  32. 32. Architecture • Front / Top View, with control panel Slots along top and bottom #32 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  33. 33. Architecture • Front / Top View of Remote Control Panel #33 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  34. 34. Architecture • Back View of Remote Control Panel #34 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  35. 35. Architecture • Back View of Extender Mounting Bar X75HD chassis slides in Extension is bolted into rack #35 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  36. 36. Architecture • Back View of Extender Mounting Bar with rear cable support #36 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  37. 37. Architecture • Back View of Extender Mounting Bar with rear cable support – pull out X75 for servicing power supplies and fans (cables must have enough length so that unit can be pulled out) There must be enough cable length to slide X75HD chassis out of the rack #37 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  38. 38. Table of Contents Today’s Requirements Audio Capability What is the X75 ? Control Capability Key Features and Benefits Video Conversion Capability Evolution of the DPS-575 MPEG 4 / AAC Monitor Architecture Streaming Front/Back Views Video to Audio Timing Tool X75 Models SDTV Applications What is M-PATH Mode? HDTV Applications What is Simulcast Mode ? FAQs What is the difference between the X75 and 6800+ and NEO XHD ? #38 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  39. 39. Architecture • Front View of Local Control Panel #39 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  40. 40. Architecture • Back View of Connector Types #40 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  41. 41. Table of Contents Today’s Requirements Audio Capability What is the X75 ? Control Capability Key Features and Benefits Video Conversion Capability Evolution of the DPS-575 MPEG 4 / AAC Monitor Architecture Streaming Front/Back Views Video to Audio Timing Tool X75 Models SDTV Applications What is M-PATH Mode? HDTV Applications What is Simulcast Mode ? FAQs What is the difference between the X75 and 6800+ and NEO XHD ? #41 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  42. 42. Part Numbers and Descriptions • The X75 is available in two major categories – HDTV – SDTV • with an equivalent to the DPS-575 • All options can be used in all models • Software keys are order processed in the same manner as DPS-575 software keys (the serial number is required for field retrofit) #42 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  43. 43. Four Levels of Models • X75SD with dual SDI inputs and outputs • X75-DPS-575 includes X75OPT-PQM analog video input • X75HD base model adds up, down or cross conversion – Add X75OPT-HDDUOCON for simultaneous up and down or cross and down conversion #43 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  44. 44. X75SD Packages • The X75SD can be provided in the following 1RU packages with options. – The analog video input is optional. • Video only, no control panel • Video only, with local control panel • Video and audio (8 ch), no control panel • Video and audio (8 ch) with local control panel • Video only, no control panel and 2nd power supply • Video only, with local control panel and 2nd power supply • Video and audio (8 ch), no control panel and 2nd power supply • Video and audio (8 ch) with local control panel and 2nd power supply #44 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  45. 45. SDTV versions (X75SD) #45 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  46. 46. DPS-575 Packages • The X75SD can be provided as an DPS-575 equivalent in the following 1RU packages with options. – The analog video input is included (PQM version). • Video only, no control panel • Video only, with local control panel • Video and audio (8 ch), no control panel • Video and audio (8 ch) with local control panel • For the 2nd power supply, start with a X75SD and add either the X75OPT-A3D or X75OPT-PQM analog video input options #46 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  47. 47. DPS-575 Replacement • The SDTV version of X75 replaces the DPS-575 by ordering the ―X75-DPS-575‖ models • The ―X75-DPS-575‖ models sell for a lower price and have more features (includes X75OPT-PQM) • For better quality analog composite decoding, move to the X75SD with the X75OPT-A3D option • For redundant power supplies, add the X75OPT-PS or move to the X75SD model with the –2PS version and X75OPT- PQM #47 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  48. 48. SDTV versions (DPS-575 equivalent) #48 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  49. 49. X75HD Packages • The X75HD can be provided in the following 1RU packages with options. – The analog video input is optional. – The simultaneous up and down or cross and down conversions are optional. • Video only, no control panel • Video only, with local control panel • Video and audio (16 ch), no control panel • Video and audio (16 ch) with local control panel • Video only, no control panel and 2nd power supply • Video only, with local control panel and 2nd power supply • Video and audio (16 ch), no control panel and 2nd power supply • Video and audio (16 ch) with local control panel and 2nd power supply #49 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  50. 50. HDTV versions (X75HD) #50 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  51. 51. X75 Options • Hardware • Upgradeable to HDTV with coax and SC fiber connectors for HD fiber input and output (ST and FC connectors provided at time of order) • Analog video module, provides either A3D industry leading fully 3D adaptive comb filtering or PQM Phase Quadrature Modulation color decoding with component BetacamTM or S-Video and TBC (Time Base Corrector) function • 8 or 16 or 32 channel audio processing module • DOLBY-E / DIGITAL (AC-3) decompression module • DOLBY-E compression module • Monitoring streaming module • Remote Control Panel • Redundant Power Supply • Alternate Audio Cables (BNC versions included) • Multi I/O cable • Software • Simultaneous UP/DOWN or CROSS/DOWN conversion • Noise Reduction and Bandwidth Filtering • Audio Limiting • SNMP Agent • Video to Audio Timing Tool • Other • Spares Kit • Manuals • Service and Integration Packages #51 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  52. 52. Hardware Options #52 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  53. 53. Software Options #53 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  54. 54. Options – SDTV Noise Reduction • SDTV Noise Reduction – Improved NR over DPS-575 – 3-Dimensional SDTV Digital Noise Reduction – Impulse noise reduction, Gaussian random noise reduction, compression blocky-ness and mosquito artifact reduction, and sharpening and softening of images – Particularly effective for the reduction of satellite noise, the impulse noise reducer automatically detects impulse noise and applies the median filter when necessary – The recursive 3D directional filter removes Gaussian noise and compression artifacts, which include blocking artifacts and mosquito noise – The directional softening/sharpening filter can be used in various applications. For example, the softening filter can be used as compression pre-filter to reduce mosquito noise. The sharpening filter can be used to enhance picture appearance – For MPEG pre-processing applications, this option provides entropy reduction prior to encoding. #54 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  55. 55. Optional Cables #55 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  56. 56. Spares Kit and Manuals #56 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  57. 57. Analog Audio Connectors (8/16 ch) #57 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  58. 58. Breakout Cables #58 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  59. 59. Breakout Cables #59 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  60. 60. Breakout Cables #60 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  61. 61. Breakout Cables #61 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  62. 62. Breakout Cables #62 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  63. 63. Breakout Cables #63 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  64. 64. Table of Contents Today’s Requirements Audio Capability What is the X75 ? Control Capability Key Features and Benefits Video Conversion Capability Evolution of the DPS-575 MPEG 4 / AAC Monitor Architecture Streaming Front/Back Views Video to Audio Timing Tool X75 Models SDTV Applications What is M-PATH Mode? HDTV Applications What is Simulcast Mode ? FAQs What is the difference between the X75 and 6800+ and NEO XHD ? #64 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  65. 65. M-PATH Multiple Path Processing • M-PATH is a means of selecting or detecting input signals to processed output signals • Default M-PATH Mode is called ―All Output Select‖ for which a single input is processed to all outputs • In Video Routing Mode, M-PATH allows for up to 4 processed paths – you choose the output first, then select which input is to be processed to that output • Up to four frame syncs in a fully configured frame – 2 (X75SD) – 3 (X75-DPS-575 inc. X75OPT-PQM) – 4 (X75HD opt. X75OPT-A3D) • Add X75OPT-HDDUOCON for simultaneous up and down / cross and down conversion #65 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  66. 66. X75SD Video Functional • The X75SD is the most basic unit • In Default M-PATH mode (All Output Select), inputs are selected or can be auto-detected Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s Optional SDTV FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #66 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  67. 67. X75SD Video Functional • In Default M-PATH mode (All Output Select), inputs are selected or can be auto-detected Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s Optional SDTV FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #67 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  68. 68. X75SD Video Functional • In Default M-PATH mode (All Output Select), inputs are selected or can be auto-detected Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SDTV Optional FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #68 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  69. 69. X75SD Video Functional • In Default M-PATH mode (All Output Select), inputs are selected or can be auto-detected Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SDTV Optional FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #69 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  70. 70. X75SD Video Functional • In Default M-PATH mode (All Output Select), inputs are selected or can be auto-detected Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SDTV Optional FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #70 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  71. 71. X75SD Video Functional • In Default M-PATH mode (All Output Select), inputs are selected or can be auto-detected Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SDTV Optional FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #71 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  72. 72. X75SD Video Functional • The Video Input Precedence allows for auto-switched inputs (as you lose one signal, the X75 automatically goes to the next input) • SD-SDI#1 >> SD-SDI#2 Streaming Video and Audio PRIMARY SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SECONDARY SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s Optional SDTV FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #72 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  73. 73. X75SD Video Functional • The Video Input Precedence allows for auto-switched inputs (as you lose one signal, the X75 automatically goes to the next input) • SD-SDI#1 >> Composite Streaming Video and Audio PRIMARY SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SDTV Optional FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out SECONDARY Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #73 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  74. 74. X75SD Video Functional • There are two SDI frame syncs (one can have embedded audio processing if the audio option is installed, otherwise the embedded audio just passes through Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV Thumbnail FRAME SYNC SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s Optional SDTV DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out FRAME SYNC Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out Composite In SDTV Composite Out FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #74 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  75. 75. X75SD Video Functional • The ―Digi-Duplex‖ mode from the DPS-575 is duplicated in the X75SD when an optional analog video input module is installed (X75OPT-PQM and X75OPT-A3D) Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV Thumbnail FRAME SYNC SD-SDI In SD-SDI Out DV (SDTV 25Mb) In 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s Optional SDTV FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #75 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  76. 76. X75SD Video Functional • There is third possible path, as well. Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV Thumbnail FRAME SYNC SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s Optional SDTV FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #76 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  77. 77. X75SD Video Functional • There is another third possible path, as well. Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV Thumbnail FRAME SYNC SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SDTV DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Optional FRAME SYNC Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #77 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  78. 78. X75-DPS-575 Video Functional • The X75-DPS-575 includes the X75OPT-PQM • There is exactly the same functionality as X75 with an analog video input module installed Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV Thumbnail SD-SDI In FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s Optional SDTV DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out FRAME SYNC Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out Composite In SDTV Composite Out FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output X75OPT-PQM included #78 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  79. 79. X75HD Video Functional • The X75HD provides up, down, cross conversion with all of the features shown thus far • There is a single path of either up or down or cross conversion • The following slides show the Default M-PATH mode for the X75HD • The inputs are selected or can be auto-detected #79 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  80. 80. X75HD Video Functional Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input HDTV Fiber In HD-SDI In 1.485 Gb/s HDTV 1.485 Gb/s HDTV Fiber Out FRAME SYNC HD-SDI In HD-SDI Out DVI-D UP/DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s Optional SDTV FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #80 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  81. 81. X75HD Video Functional Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input HDTV Fiber In HDTV HDTV Fiber Out HD-SDI In 1.485 Gb/s FRAME SYNC 1.485 Gb/s HD-SDI In HD-SDI Out DVI-D UP/DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s Optional SDTV FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #81 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  82. 82. X75HD Video Functional Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input HDTV Fiber In HD-SDI In 1.485 Gb/s HDTV 1.485 Gb/s HDTV Fiber Out FRAME SYNC HD-SDI Out HD-SDI In DVI-D UP/DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s Optional SDTV FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #82 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  83. 83. X75HD Video Functional Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input HDTV Fiber In HD-SDI In 1.485 Gb/s HDTV 1.485 Gb/s HDTV Fiber Out FRAME SYNC HD-SDI In HD-SDI Out DVI-D UP/DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s Optional SDTV FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #83 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  84. 84. X75HD Video Functional Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input HDTV Fiber In HD-SDI In 1.485 Gb/s HDTV 1.485 Gb/s HDTV Fiber Out FRAME SYNC HD-SDI In HD-SDI Out DVI-D UP/DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s Optional SDTV FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #84 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  85. 85. X75HD Video Functional Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input HDTV Fiber In HD-SDI In 1.485 Gb/s HDTV 1.485 Gb/s HDTV Fiber Out FRAME SYNC HD-SDI In HD-SDI Out DVI-D UP/DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SDTV Optional FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #85 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  86. 86. X75HD Video Functional Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input HDTV Fiber In HD-SDI In 1.485 Gb/s HDTV 1.485 Gb/s HDTV Fiber Out FRAME SYNC HD-SDI In HD-SDI Out DVI-D UP/DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SDTV Optional FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #86 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  87. 87. X75HD Video Functional Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input HDTV Fiber In HD-SDI In 1.485 Gb/s HDTV 1.485 Gb/s HDTV Fiber Out FRAME SYNC HD-SDI In HD-SDI Out DVI-D UP/DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SDTV Optional FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #87 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  88. 88. X75HD Video Functional Default M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect or Select Input HDTV Fiber In HD-SDI In 1.485 Gb/s HDTV 1.485 Gb/s HDTV Fiber Out FRAME SYNC HD-SDI In HD-SDI Out DVI-D UP/DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SDTV Optional FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #88 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  89. 89. X75HD Video Functional • The Video Input Precedence allows for auto-switched inputs (as you lose one signal, the X75 automatically goes to the next input) • HD-SDI#1 >> SD-SDI#1 >> Composite is shown in the following example #89 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  90. 90. X75HD Video Functional M-PATH Operational Mode, Auto Detect Video Input with Precedence (Primary, Secondary, etc.) HDTV Fiber In HDTV HDTV Fiber Out PRIMARY HD-SDI In 1.485 Gb/s FRAME SYNC 1.485 Gb/s HD-SDI In HD-SDI Out DVI-D UP/DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC Streaming Video and Audio SECONDARY SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SDTV Optional FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out TERTIARY Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #90 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  91. 91. X75HD Video Functional • The X75HD has up to four paths of processing when a optional analog video option is installed • All of the capabilities shown in earlier slides are possible with a HD path added. • The following slides show two examples of the M- PATH Video Routing Operational Mode #91 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  92. 92. X75HD Video Functional M-PATH Operational Mode, Quadruple Paths (use Video Routing) HDTV Fiber In HDTV HDTV Fiber Out HD-SDI In 1.485 Gb/s FRAME SYNC 1.485 Gb/s HD-SDI In HD-SDI Out DVI-D UP/DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV Thumbnail FRAME SYNC SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SDTV DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Optional FRAME SYNC Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #92 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  93. 93. X75HD Video Functional M-PATH Operational Mode, Quadruple Paths (use Video Routing) HDTV Fiber In HDTV HDTV Fiber Out HD-SDI In 1.485 Gb/s FRAME SYNC 1.485 Gb/s HD-SDI In HD-SDI Out DVI-D UP/DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV Thumbnail FRAME SYNC SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SDTV Optional FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #93 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  94. 94. X75HD and X75OPT-HDDUOCON Video Functional • When the X75OPT-HDDUOCON software key option is enabled, another HD path is allowed for either simultaneous up and down conversion or simultaneous cross and down conversion • X75OPT-HDDUOCON is not M-PATH, M-PATH exists in all X75s #94 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  95. 95. X75HD and X75OPT-HDDUOCON Video Functional M-PATH Operational Mode, Simultaneous Up and Down Paths (use Video Routing) HDTV Fiber In HDTV HDTV Fiber Out HD-SDI In 1.485 Gb/s FRAME SYNC 1.485 Gb/s HD-SDI In HD-SDI Out DVI-D UP/DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s Optional SDTV FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #95 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  96. 96. X75HD and X75OPT-HDDUOCON Video Functional M-PATH Operational Mode, Simultaneous Cross and Down Paths (use Video Routing) HDTV Fiber In HDTV HDTV Fiber Out HD-SDI In 1.485 Gb/s FRAME SYNC 1.485 Gb/s HD-SDI In HD-SDI Out DVI-D UP/DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s Optional SDTV FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #96 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  97. 97. X75HD and X75OPT-HDDUOCON Video Functional M-PATH Operational Mode, Simultaneous Cross and SDTV ARC’d Paths (use Video Routing) HDTV Fiber In HDTV HDTV Fiber Out HD-SDI In 1.485 Gb/s FRAME SYNC 1.485 Gb/s HD-SDI In HD-SDI Out DVI-D UP/DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC DOWN/CROSS CONVERTER & FRAME SYNC Streaming Video and Audio SD-SDI In SDTV FRAME SYNC Thumbnail SD-SDI In DV (SDTV 25Mb) In SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s SD-SDI Out 270 Mb/s Optional SDTV FRAME SYNC DV (SDTV 25Mb) Out Component In RGB/S Out S-Video In Component Out SDTV Composite Out Composite In FRAME SYNC S-Video Out Aux. Composite Output #97 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  98. 98. Table of Contents Today’s Requirements Audio Capability What is the X75 ? Control Capability Key Features and Benefits Video Conversion Capability Evolution of the DPS-575 MPEG 4 / AAC Monitor Architecture Streaming Front/Back Views Video to Audio Timing Tool X75 Models SDTV Applications What is M-PATH Mode? HDTV Applications What is Simulcast Mode ? FAQs What is the difference between the X75 and 6800+ and NEO XHD ? #98 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  99. 99. Simulcast Mode • Simulcast mode allows you to choose any two inputs and switch between them using a GPI (General Purpose Interface) • For X75HD units, you can switch between HDTV and SDTV inputs. There is four to six frames of black between switches, sufficient for non-critical on- air or for backup on-air use. • Audio is switched quietly at the same time Jump to SDTV simulcast application Jump to HDTV simulcast application #99 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  100. 100. Table of Contents Today’s Requirements Audio Capability What is the X75 ? Control Capability Key Features and Benefits Video Conversion Capability Evolution of the DPS-575 MPEG 4 / AAC Monitor Architecture Streaming Front/Back Views Video to Audio Timing Tool X75 Models SDTV Applications What is M-PATH Mode? HDTV Applications What is Simulcast Mode ? FAQs What is the difference between the X75 and 6800+ and NEO XHD ? #100 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  101. 101. Same Broadcast Quality as X75HD Up converter Cross converter 6800+ Up, Down & Cross converter Up or Down or Cross converter Down converter #101 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  102. 102. X75HD and NEO/6800+ XHD Positioning X75HD: ideal solution in a dynamic signal environment where multiple signal types may be encountered and multiple path processing desired NEO & 6800+ XHD: ideal solution for dedicated up or down or cross conversion #102 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  103. 103. Comprehensive HD Conversion Price X75HD Up, Down, Cross Converter & Frame Sync Multifunction High Quality Broadcast applications XHD-3902-UDC Comprehensive New XHD Series: High XHD-3902-U Quality Broadcast up, down or cross XHD-3902-D conversion. Available XHD-3902-M as single function or configurable (UDC)! XHD-3902-C XHD6800+U HUC6800+D Utility broadcast/ HDC6800+AD monitoring up & down conversion HDC6800+D HUC-3901 HDC-3901 Performance & Functionality #103 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  104. 104. New System Design Unknown Output Unknown Input Analog, SDTV, HDTV Analog, SDTV, HDTV Known Native Format(s) X75 Multiple Path X75 Multiple Path Known Required Functions Conversion/Frame Sync Conversion/Frame Sync Use Modular Solution – 6800+ or NEO At the “edge” At the “edge” of the system of the system design design Inside the system design #104 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  105. 105. XHD Up-Converter: NEO vs. 6800+ 6800+ NEO Feature XHD6800+U XHD-3901-U Price (US List) $6,495 $7,495 X75 High Quality Yes Yes 3D De-interlacing Yes Yes Genlock Yes Yes Frame Lock Yes No Audio Sync. Yes Yes Closed Captioning Yes Yes Embedded Audio 2 groups 2 groups Safe Area Generator Yes Yes SDTV Noise Reduction Simple Simple HDTV Noise Reduction/Enhancement Simple Simple Key Ouput Yes Yes Audio Delay Signal Yes Yes Trouble Slide Yes Yes TSG Yes Yes OSD Yes No Multiple Path Processing No Yes Video/Audio Proc. Amp No Yes Discrete AES No Yes Auto Switched Inputs Yes Yes #105 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  106. 106. Table of Contents Today’s Requirements Audio Capability What is the X75 ? Control Capability Key Features and Benefits Video Conversion Capability Evolution of the DPS-575 MPEG 4 / AAC Monitor Architecture Streaming Front/Back Views Video to Audio Timing Tool X75 Models SDTV Applications What is M-PATH Mode? HDTV Applications What is Simulcast Mode ? FAQs What is the difference between the X75 and 6800+ and NEO XHD ? #106 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10
  107. 107. X75 Audio Capabilities • Three audio options available – 8 channel internal processing – 16 channel internal processing – 32 channel internal processing • X75-DPS-575 and X75SD modules use the 8 channel option • X75HD use the 16 channel option • For the 32 ch option, use a X75SD or X75HD and add the option • All have 4 group embed/de-embed • If an audio option is not installed, embedded audio passes from SD-SDI to SD-SDI, but does not pass from HD-SDI/fiber to HD-SDI/fiber. #107 assuredcommunications™ 15-Jul-10

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