Luminato dense modulator
Teleste Luminato dense modulator provides a very compact edge QAM platform for Cable TV operators, allowing up to 144 QAM channels in one RU Luminato chassis. High-quality QAM modulation with agile up-conversion provides smooth broadcast delivery over an HFC network.
Dense modulator for the Luminato platform HIGH QUALITY QAM MODULATION. The Luminato dense modulator enables flexible multiplexing of SPTS and MPTS video services and PSI/SI table streams. High quality QAM modulation with agile up conversion provides smooth broadcast delivery over HFC network and ensures availability of high- performing video services for years to come.
The Teleste Luminato equipped with dense QAM modules provides very compact edge QAM platform for Cable TV operators for multiplexing of SPTS and MPTS video services and also PSI/SI table streams. High quality QAM modulation with agile up conversions secures seamless broadcast delivery over HFC network. The Luminato dense QAM modules sustain selection of free-to-air and scrambled services from IP stream sources, which can be adjusted to the operator’s service line-up with the built-in advanced transport stream processing capabilities. The Luminato dense QAM module supports Standard Definition, High Definition, UHD and 3D video in CBR and VBR formats and numer- ous audio formats. Optional content protection is based on DVB simulcrypt standard.
The Luminato dense modulators allow up to 144 QAM channels in one high-performance Luminato chassis. According to the Luminato system architecture, the video processing is performed on the dense QAM modules. This enables low-cost applications even with partially equipped chassis, while having the performance scalability to fully equipped chassis.
One or more dense QAM modules can be included in 1 RU Luminato platform with Luminato satellite, terrestrial, cable, IP and DVB-ASI receivers, together forming a complete cable TV headend. The flexible architechture enables comprehensive service bouquet with locally received content in the edge of the network.