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ASI/Mux IP Streamer


The PDASI-IP is an enhanced TS remultiplexer with 2-channel IP and ASI output for digital TV broadcasting headend systems. The multiplexer combines all the functions of a normal TS multiplexer including program multiplexing, PSI/SI editing, PID remapping, service filtering, null packet removal, etc. Includes eight ASI inputs, two separate ASI output ports, and one Gigabit IP output with two separate channels. The bit rate of each output stream can be up to 216 Mbps.


  • Eight ASI inputs
  • MPEG transport stream remultiplexing
  • Null packet removal
  • SPTS and MPTS input stream multiplexing
  • PCR correcting and PID remapping
  • Two groups of separate TS outputs (each group has two duplicated channels)
  • Two MPTS IP outputs (the copies of two ASI outputs)
  • Two ASI outputs
  • PSI/SI editing
  • Huge buffer memory to eliminate stream overflows
  • Support for multiplexing one program to all outputs
  • SNMP alarm traps supported
  • High-reliability design and stable operation
  • Full front panel control
  • SNMP control supported
  • Fully compliant with ISO13818 and EN300 468 standards

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