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GN-1854Versatile functions and compact structure in 1RU chassis, provides up to four channels MPEG-2 and MEPG-4 AVC encoding for both SD and HD programs, available in dual-channel or quad-channel SDI and (or) HDMI input options, dual DVB-ASI transport stream inputs and IP output, PSI/SI processing, multiplexing and re-multiplexing outputs over IP interface.
GQ-3650DRHigh density and all-in-one multi functional QAM modulator devolped by GOSPELL. It combines RF receiving & demodulation, TS re-multiplexing, scrambling and QAM modulation into 1RU, and provides two kinds of RF demodulation options; either QPSK/8PSK or QAM demodulation can be selected according to operators’ needs. Moreover, the GQ-3650DR supports up to eight channels of input transport streams from ASI interfaces. Therefore, with this product, operators obtain lower cost expenditure, lower energy consumption and minimized space of racks occupied. This all comes from the benefits of GQ-3650DR’s high density and all-in-one design.
GQ-3680ANew generation of modular & high density IPQAM combining TS-over-UDP/RTP input and output, transport stream re-multiplexing, scrambling, PSI/SI processing and 16/32/64/128/256QAM modulation in an 1RU. It supports up to 48 or 72 QAM modulation channels by using three external pluggable 16 or 24QAM channel modules, each QAM module supporting up to two Gigabit copper interfaces. Moreover, GQ-3680 supports 1+1 redundant & hot-swappable power supplies for high reliability and overall stability of the system. Its pay-as-you-grow modular design, flexible configuration and licensing mechanism are making the GQ-3680 extremely scalable, very reliable with high performance, all of which are important to cable operators.
EDFA 19dB x 16 Outs
- Output ports: 16 or 32 (optional)
- Optical output power: total output up to 10W
- Low noise figure: <5dB when input is 0dBm
- Perfect network management interface, in line with standard SNMP network management
- Intelligent temperature control system make the power consumption lower