Test & Measurement
Today’s television systems require highly stable, redundant architectures for the main and backup reference sources for video, audio and time code, as well as test signals. Measuring and analyzing video and audio signals are also critical to maintaining signal quality.
The highly reliable and cost-effective Videotek® test and measurement portfolio offers a comprehensive set of video, audio and time code test and reference generators with GPS options, clock displays and an up/down counter. For quality analysis, a range of options are available, including multiple-format 3G/HD/SD video waveform monitors and audio signal analyzers, audio loudness monitoring and logging, and MPEG test equipment.
|Wide array of tools for testing and optimizing video quality, offering support for multiple standards and formats.||Fixed facilities or OB vehicles, temporary location setups, alarming/unattended operation, full video analysis.|
Audio Loudness And Monitoring
|A range of high-performance tools that make it easy to confirm and document compliance with the latest loudness requirements.||OB vehicles, space-constrained operations, temporary location setups, long-term logging/trending, loudness monitoring conformance at channel release.|
|Advanced solutions for the monitoring and analysis of multiple compressed streams.||Confidence monitoring, QoS testing, deep inspection of SI and caption information.|
|Multiple-function handheld SD-SDI and analog composite generator and monitor. .||Monitoring of field production camera setup, equipment installations or troubleshooting signal path issues related to analog and SD digital formats.|
Reference and Test Generators
|Highly reliable line of reference products that offer a solution for every timing application — regardless of requirement.||Video and audio timecode reference; production, post production and Telecine transfer, source testing, timecode insert, and redundant sync, test and time.|
Clock Displays and Timer
|Range of field-tested and proven analog and digital clocks, and up/down counters.||Up and down counts for live production; time and date in a facility and across a network.|