The 3410 series is a family of modular and upgradeable RF signal generators that is compact and portable and combines full digital, vector and analog modulation
in one streamlined unit.
RGB's product line includes the Broadcast Network Processor (BNP) for targeted digital ad insertion, transrating and grooming; the Dynamic Bandwidth Manager (DBM), which enables up to 50 percent more VOD content to be delivered without increasing bandwidth; the Universal Scalable Modulator (USM), the industry's highest-density edge QAM; the Modular Media Converter (MMC), for high density ASI-to-GigE conversion; and the Simulcast Edge Processor (SEP) for edge decoding and analog modulation
to implement digital simulcast architectures.
The HP ESG-A and - AP series generators provide comprehensive analog modulation
capabilities that include AM, FM, and phase and pulse modulation.
RGB's products for enabling a complete digital ad insertion solution include: the Broadcast Network Processor (BNP) for targeted digital ad insertion, transrating and grooming; the Simulcast Edge Processor (SEP) for edge decoding and analog modulation
for the implementation of digital simulcast architectures; the Modular Media Converter (MMC), for high density ASI-to-GigE conversion; and the Modular Video Processor, a carrier-class video processing platform for delivering advanced MPEG-4/H.
In addition to the highest standards in optical noise, power stability and pointing stability, the products offer digital modulation with rise / fall times to < 200 nanoseconds; analog modulation
is also available for output power adjustment.
Section I covers basic principles, including articles on analog modulation
, sampling pulse code modulation, baseband signaling and pulse shaping, channel equalization and line coding.
The global broadcast industry is moving rapidly to digital modulation from the analog modulation
schemes that have been employed for more than 70 years.
Chapter 6 is devoted to analog modulation
and the role of the Hilbert transformation in defining single-sideband modulation.
Most future portable wireless communication systems rely exclusively on digital modulation in contrast to first-generation systems, which were based on analog modulation