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Adtec MediaHUB-HD 422

HDTV Codec




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ADTEC
MediaHUB-HD 422 is a Highand Standard Definition multi-CODEC
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Offering the highest-quality and most flexibleencoding features of Adtec's seasoned encoder line-up, the mediaHUB-HD422 is a High and Standard Definition multi-CODEC work-horse. With theability to encode any combination of HD or SD, MPEG 2 or MPEG 4 AVCwith 4:2:0 or 4:2:2 color space, the mediaHUB-HD 422 supports past,present and future requirements.
With support for 40 encoding profiles and auto-detection capability forresolution and frame rate, this product can hit the ground runningregardless of your application....Contribution, Distribution or StudioEncoding!

Its rugged design and standard LCD front panel for status andconfiguration makes it ideal for mobile contribution applications whilethe on-board web-based control application offers ease of use fordistribution and studio encoding.

This all-in-one rack mountable unit is designed with standardscompliance in mind and can easily be integrated with other leadingbroadcast gear.


Flexible Encoding:
The mediaHUB-HD 422 supports a wide range of encoding profiles via SDIand composite with audio encoding available via AES, Analog andembedded SDI.

Transport:
MPEG 2 Transport Stream via ASI and GigE supporting UDP / RTP / SMPTE2022.

SDI Plug and Encode:
Automatic SDI detection (HD and SD) of standards and frame rate.

Configuration and Monitoring:
Rapidly and accurately configure and monitor the mediaHUB-HD 422 viathe front panel or on-board web application and SNMP.

Highest quality HD and SD:
When it comes to the best on-air look, mediaHUB-HD 422 delivers withexcellent quality High and Standard Definition video encoding usingMPEG 2 and MPEG 4 AVC.

Decode While Encode (DWE):
Built-in confidence decoder nearly eliminates the need for externallocal decoders. * Decryption of some encoder profiles not supported.

Technical Specifications

Standard Definition Video Frame Rates
NTSC 29.97i, PAL 25i

Standard Definition Video Resolutions
720x480, 640x480, 352x480 NTSC, 720x576 PAL
(Down scaled video resolutions only supported when encoding MPEG 2)

High Definition Video Frame Rates
720P24, 720P50, 720P59.94, 720P60, 1080i50, 1080i59.94, 1080i60

High Definition Video Resolutions
1920x1080, 1440 x 1080, 1280x720

Encoder Video Profiles and Levels
MPEG 2
  • MP@ML, 422P@ML,MP@HL, 422P@HL
  • (Supports 420 and 422* for all resolutions)

  • MPEG 2 Data rates:
  • Standard Definition 420 - 1 to 15Mbs
  • Standard Definition 422 - 1 to 50Mbs
  • High Definition 420 / 422 - 6 to 80Mbs

  • MPEG 4 Part 10 Advanced Video Coding (AVC) - Commonlyreferred to as MPEG 4 AVC
  • MP@L3.0, MP@L3.1, MP@L3.2, HP@l4.0,HP@L4.1
  • (Supports 420 and 422* for all resolutions)

  • MPEG 4 Data rates:
  • Standard Definition 420 / 422 -.700 to 20Mbs
  • High Definition 420 / 422 - 3 to 80Mbs

  • Group of Pictures
  • MPEG 2: 1 - 30 (I, IP, IBP, IBB)
  • MPEG4 AVC: 1-60 (I, IP, IBP, IBBP)

  • Interlace Coding
    MPEG 2
  • Field

  • MPEG 4
  • Field
  • Frame
  • Frame with MBAFF
  • Frame without MBAFF
  • PAFFH.264

  • Motion Estimation and Precision
    Search Range
  • Horizontal: -169.75 to +155.75 pixel
  • Vertical: -87.5 to + 115.75 pixel

  • Pixel Precision for Compensation
  • MPEG 4 AVC: 1/2, 1/4 Pixel
  • MPEG2: 1/2 Pixel

  • Block Size for Compensation
  • MPEG 4 AVC: 16 X 16, 16 X 8, 8 X 16, 8 X 8
  • MPEG2: 16 X 16, 16 X 8 MC

  • Encoder Latency (MPEG 2 and MPEG 4 AVC)
  • Long (~ 1 second) Distribution Applications
  • Normal (~ 400 ms) Contribution Applications
  • Low (~ 300 ms) Low Latency Contribution
  • Very Low (~ 120 ms) Lowest Latency Applications
  •    (Most IRDs can not handle Very Low latency evenwith only MPEG 1 Layer 2 audio)

    SD/HD Signal Generation
    SMPTE Bars (requires valid HD video source for clock on7712 IO sled)

    OSD
  • DVB Information
  •     - Service Name
        - Service Provider
        - Network Information (Satellite, Terrestrial,Cable)
  • ATSC Information
  •     - Name
        - Long Name

    Audio Tones
  • Selectable Frequency from 440 hz to 6Khz
  • Selectable mute for L/R individually for each of thefour (4) pairs

  • Encoder Video Inputs
    Standard Definition Video
  • Analog NTSC and PAL Composite (BNC)
  • SDI (SMPTE 259M) with embedded audio (SMPTE 272M)
  •     - Auto detect SD 270Mbps for SD
        - D1 Encoding Only - no internal up-conversion.

    Standard Definition Video Pre-Processing
  • Encoder Filters (SD Only)
  • Temporal & Spatial (Median)
  • Time Base Corrector (TBC) on SDI inputs for SD only
  • Chroma filtering and scaling for NTSC/PAL

  • High Definition Video
  • SDI (SMPTE 292M) with embedded audio (SMPTE 299M) withauto detect for HD 1.485 Gbs.

    Encoder Audio Profiles
  • Dolby Digital 2.0 (AC3) Two (2) stereo encoders included
  • MPEG1 Layer 2 Four (4) stereo encoders included
  • Dolby E, Dolby 5.1 and Dolby Digital 2.0 (AC3)passthrough on AES3 1, 2


  • Audio Inputs
  • Analog audio input on DB15 male.
  •      - Two stereo pairs (includes 1/2 meter DB15 to4 XLR male breakout cable)
  • AES3-1 digital audio input uncompressed LPCM orcompressed bit stream passthrough from external Dolby E, 5.1, 2.0 (AC3)Linear Acoustic Stream Stacker via BNC - 75 Ohm input.
  • AES3-2 digital audio input uncompressed LPCM orcompressed bit stream passthrough from external Dolby E, 5.1, 2.0 (AC3)Linear Acoustic Stream Stacker via BNC - 75 Ohm input.
  • AES3-3 digital audio input uncompressed LPCM in - MPEG1 Layer 2 encoding
  • AES3-4 digital audio input uncompressed LPCM in - MPEG1 Layer 2 encoding only.
  • SDI embedded per SMPTE 272M for SD and SMPTE 299M forHD with support for up to 8 pairs based on group selection.
  •      - User selectable concurrency for Groups 1 and2 or 3 and 4 (8 pairs concurrently).      - SDIMatrix (shuffle) allows selection of any pair within two groups ofembedded audio to be routed to the audio encoder or passthrough.
  • User-defined analog and digital Audio level controlwith sample rate conversion on all four AES3, analog and embedded SDIaudio inputs.

  • Audio CODEC Profiles
  • Dolby Digital 2.0 (AC3) Two (2) stereo encoders included
  • MPEG1 Layer 2 Four (4) stereo encoders included
  •      - Support for Phase Alignment standard
  • Intelligent Dolby E, Dolby 5.1, Dolby Digital 2.0(AC3), LPCM (SMPTE 302M), Linear Acoustic Stream Stacker passthrough onAES3 1, 2 and SDI


  • Transport Outputs
    ISO13818-1 MPEG 2 Transport Stream per EN 50083-9:1997(188 byte only)
  • Three (3) mirrored outputs via BNC 75 Ohm
  • Maximum Transport Rate 100 Mbs

  • MPEG 2 Transport over IP (TSoIP)
  • Configure up to four (4) concurrent TSoIP routes
  •      - Unicast and multicast
         - UDP and RTP
         - SMPTE 2022 (COP3 FEC) per route
  • Maximum Transport Rate via GIGE 100 Mbs

  • MPEG 2 Transport to local storage or NAS
       (NAS optional, local storage limited to maximumtransport rate of 40 Mbs) SI, Multiple TSoIP and storage operateconcurrently

    Video User Data Inputs
    Waveform (Composite or SD SDI)
  • Closed Captions per CEA-608-C (2005)
  • Closed Captions per DVS-157
  • Wide Screen Signaling (WSS) per ETSI EN300294 V1.4.1(2003-04)
  • Teletext per ETSI EN 300 472 V1.3.1 (2003-05)
  • AMOL

  • VANC per SMPTE 291M (Native via SD/HD SDI)
  • Closed Captions per CEA-708 (SMPTE 291M)
  • OP47
  • SMPTE 2031
  •      - VITC
         - EBU Teletext/Subtitles
  • WSS/Teletext/NABTS/CEA-608/TV2GX/AMOL48/96
  • User Defined (2031-2007)

  • SMPTE 2016
  • AFD/Bar Data/Pan Scan per CEA-CEB16 (2006)

  • Waveform Conversion
  • CEA 608 to CEA 708
  •       - CEA-608 via Composite merged withSD/HD Video via SDI
          (Similar frame rates required)
  • Teletext Bridging
  •       - Waveform Teletext via Composite mergedwith SD/HD Video via SDI
  • Wide Screen Signal Bridging
  •       - Waveform WSS via Composite merged withSD Video via SDI

    Transport Stream User Data Carriage
  • SCTE 127-2007
  • ETSI EN 301 775, v1.2.1 (2003-05)


  • Conditional Access
  • BISS 0 (Free to air)
  • BISS 1
  • BISS E
  •      - Mode 1/2

    Table Compliance
    MPEG Program Specific Information (PSI) table compliance:br>
  • PAT
  • CAT
  • PMT
  •       - SCTE 35 Ad Insertion Cue

    DVB Service Information (SI) static table compliance(Dynamic Option)
  • SDT
  • NIT
  • EIT
  • TDT/TOT

  • - For dynamic DVB-SI use Adtec's DTA-3050 and DTVGuide web hosted EITSI Server.
    - For dynamic A65B PSIP use Adtec's DTA-3051 and DTVGuide web service.

    ATSC A65B (PSIP) static table compliance (Dynamic Option)
  • MGT (TVCT) - Terrestrial or (CVCT) - Cable
  • STT
  • RRT
  • EIT 0-3
  • - For dynamic DVB-SI use Adtec's DTA-3050 and DTVGuide web hosted EITSI Server.
    - For dynamic A65B PSIP use Adtec's DTA-3051 and DTVGuide web service.


    TCP/IP, Serial, Parallel (GPIO) User Data Interfaces
    IPv4 via ETH0 Fast Ethernet
  • SNMP/FTP/SSH/Telnet/HTTP/TSoIP
  • IPv4 via ETH1 GIGE
  • SNMP/FTP/SSH/Telnet/HTTP/TSoIP
  • Serial 1 RS232 via RJ45
  • Terminal, 38400-8-1-N (Full API support)
  • Terminal RS232 via RJ45
  • Terminal, 115000-8-1-N (Full API and Linux Terminalsupport)
  • RS422 via DB9 Female
  • Sony 9 PIN Protocol, 38400-8-1-O
  •        - Slave, controlled by editor
           - Master, controls deck
    Parallel (GPIO via DB9 Male)
  • Encode, Stop, Status, BCD IO for user defined Tally orcontrol
  • (Full Adtec API Par Port mapping via DVC command file)


  • Confidence Decoder Video Output
  • Confidence decode of encode via internal data bus, NoASI loop required
  • SD/HDSDI SMPTE 259M (SD) and SMPTE 292M (HD)
  • User definable or auto display resolution from D1 to1080i including scaler for Up and Down conversion to confidence decodemonitor resolution
  • Composite D1 Video (NTSC/PAL) (Not concurrent with HDHDMI)
  • DVB-ASI Input for external SPTS or MPTS decoding
  •     (No Conditional Access support on confidencedecoder - NO decryption)
        (No decoding of HD MPEG 2 422 or MPEG 4 AVC 422video, SD MPEG 2 422 is decoded)

    Confidence Decoder Audio Output
  • SDI Embedded audio stereo audio pair SMPTE 272M (SD)SMPTE 299M (HD)
  • HDMI
        (No analog audio output)

    Confidence Decoder Video CODEC Profiles and Levels
    MPEG 2
    MP@ML, 422P@ML, MP@HL
  • (Supports 420 for ALL resolutions and 422 for MPEG 2 SDonly)
  • Data rates from 1 Mbs to 60 Mbs

  • MPEG 4 Part 10 Advanced Video Coding (AVC)
    MP@L3.0, MP@L3.1, MP@L3.2, HP@l4.0, HP@L4.1
  • (Supports 420 ONLY)
  • Data rates from 784 kbs to 30 Mbs


  • Confidence Decoder Audio CODEC Profiles
  • Dolby Digital AC-3, Dolby 5.1 down mix to stereo, MPEG1 and MPEG 2 Layer 2
  • (NO Dolby E or LPCM (SMPTE 302M) support)


  • Physical
  • 1 RU chassis (19 x 14 x 1.75 in) (482.6 X 355.6 X 44.45mm)
  • 9 lbs (4kg)


  • Power Inputs
  • 70-240 VAC Standard
  • -48 VDC Telco (Option)
  • 12 VDC Mobile (Option)


  • Power Usage
  • Start-up:72 Watts
  • Operational: 60 Watts


  • Ambient
  • Operating less than 110 F (38 C)
  • Non Condensing


  • User Interface Requirements
  • Rich server side browser enabled application server
  • Front panel LCD, keypad and LEDs


  • Specifications Disclaimer: Specifications subject tochange without written notice. Copyright 2009 Adtec Digital.mediaHUB-HD 422 is a trademark of Adtec Digital. Other product andcompany names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of theirrespective companies. This information may not, in whole or in part, becopied, photocopied, reproduced and translated, or reduced to anyelectronic medium or machine-readable form without prior consent inwriting from Adtec Digital.

    * (8 bit color subsampling)





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    Adtec MediaHUB-HD 422
    HDTV Codec

     

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    High and Standard Definition multi-CODEC
      

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