ATSC Processor

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cProcessor
CP505
ATSC Processor
The CP505 ATSC Processor offers
flexible ASI, SMPTE 310M and IP network
adaptation and advanced transport
stream processing in a user friendly and
compact solution.
Applications
•• Network adaptation and interface conversion
between IP, ASI, SMPTE 310 and optional SONET/
SDH
•• Dynamic PSIP generation based on a PMCP XML
file from EPG providers
The CP505 ATSC Processor provides powerful
adaptation of MPEG-2 Transport Streams for
the ATSC broadcast market. It performs interface
adaptation for studio to transmitter links in a flexible
and easy way.
•• PSIP rebranding at transmitter sites (regional VCT
adaptation)
•• PID and service filtering with automatic PSI/PSIP/SI
updates
•• Insertion of PSI/PSIP/SI service information from
The CP505 is a cost-effective solution for regional
service adaptation operating stand-alone with very
low power consumption.
The PSIP handling features ensures easy
generation, regeneration, ingestion or editing of
PSIP data simplifying workflow and saving costs and
equipment.
PSI/PSIP/SI generators and service providers
•• Output diversity for increased reliability including
unicast, multicast and multicast to unicast
conversion
Key features
•• Flexible transport stream interfacing and
adaptation
Nevion cProcessors can be configured via an
•• Flexible transport stream processing
easy-to-use web interface, which also offers
•• Powerful PSI/SI/PSIP handling
extensive built-in stream monitoring. Scheduled
software upgrades can be performed via Connect,
VideoIPath, or any NMS.
•• Transport stream monitoring
•• Input redundancy
•• User-friendly configuration and control
•• Compact, cost-effective solutions with 2 units in
1RU
CP505 ATSC Processor
Inputs
TS processing module
ASI/SMPTE
310 in
• Service filtering
• PID filtering/remapping
• PSI/SI/PSIP handling
• Input stream monitoring
IP in
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Timing
Rate control
Outputs
ASI/SMPTE310
out
(1 - 4 copies)
IP out
(1 - 8 copies)
ASI/IP
SDH
EPG
Management & Alarms
HTML
XML
SNMP
TXP
Alarm
relay
PSI/SI/PSIP
• Download/Generation
• Ingest
• Editor
• PMCP
Clock
&
time base
Power
• 230V AC
• 48V DC
Configuration
Alarm logs
Alarm traps
Format conversion
Transport stream monitoring
Flexible input and output interfaces facilitate the
In order to ensure error free processing, CP505
interface adaptation and format conversion
monitors the input streams according to TR 101 290
between SMPTE 310M, ASI and IP directly on the
priority 1. In case of errors in the input streams, alarms
CP505 simplifying the studio to transmitter link
are raised to inform the operator and traps are
adaptation.
forwarded to the NMS.
Dynamic PSIP generation
Input redundancy
To resolve the challenges of updating the program
Reliability of the system can be increased using
guide the CP505 ATSC Processor supports
the Automatic Input Switching features. This input
Programming Metadata Communication Protocol
redundancy feature allows the unit to switch
(PMCP) described in the ATSC A76/B. Based on a
between redundant inputs (ASI and/or IP) based on
PMCP XML file the CP505 generates sectioned TS
TR101 290 pri1 alarms.
packets containing PSIP tables and multiplexes these
packets into the stream.
Transport stream over IP
The output transport stream is encapsulated
PSIP rebranding
according to SMPTE 2022-2 including the handling
Broadcasters can rebrand information in the VCT
of FEC. (SMPTE 2022-1). The CP505 supports multiple
table such as the major and minor channel number
VLANs (IEEE 802.1Q), IP QoS and VLAN CoS/802.1P for
by overriding existing VCT configuration on the fly.
per-flow traffic prioritization.
This operation requires minimum manipulations on
the unit and can be achieved with only a few mouse
clicks.
PSIP Editor
SI/PSIP tables can be edited directly using the built-in
PSIP editor on the CP505 TS Adapter. The operator
can modify, add or remove tables and service
descriptors from the transport stream saving the
costs of an external PSI/SI editing system.
User-friendly configuration
The user interface of the CP505 is simple and very
intuitive, it is designed to help the operator configure
the unit quickly. Running on any web browser the GUI
can be accessed from any computer.
CP505 ATSC Processor
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Transport stream interfaces
Management & control
DVB-ASI
1-6 DVB ASI EN 50083-9, Annex B ( 2 inputs/ 4
output copies)
Bit rate: 0.1 - 213 Mbit/s
188 or 204 byte packet length
Burst and Spread mode
Female BNC connectors 75 Ohm
Management port
1 - 6 SMPTE 310M-2004 (2 inputs/ 4 output
copies)
188 bytes packet length
19.39265 Mbit/s, ±2.8 ppm
Female BNC connectors 75 Ohm
Protocols
HTTP, XML, SNMPv2c
Alarm relay
9 pin D-SUB. Two relays supported; one at
configurable alarm level
Maintenance port
USB version 1.1
SMPTE 310M
Gigabit Ethernet:
2 x 100/1000Base-T Ethernet, 1 x SFP
Connectors: 2 x RJ45 (100/1000Base-T), SFP
TS Encapsulation: SMPTE 2022 -1/2
Forward Error Correction (FEC): SMPTE 2022-1
Protocols: IEEE 802.3 Ethernet, VLAN (802.1Q)
ARP, IPv4, UDP, TCP, RTP, IGMPv2/3
Element control through HTTP/WEB based GUI
XML Configuration import and export via HTTP
SNMP agent for integration with Network Management System (NMS)
Physical and environmental characteristics
Input voltage Up to eight output copies on IP
FEC insertion
Variable matrix size for each output copy
Unicast to Multicast conversion
Format conversion
ASI to IP, IP to ASI
ASI to SMPTE310, SMPTE310 to ASI
SMPTE310 to IP, IP to SMPTE310
Dimensions 1RU, ½-width 19’’
(WxDxH) 210 x 300 x 44.5mm
Operating
temperature
0˚C to 50˚C
Storage temperature -20˚C to 70˚C
Relative humidity
5% to 95% (non condensing)
Compliance
CE: 73/23/EEC (Low voltage equipment)
89/336/EEC (Electromagnetic compatibility)
CSA: Designed for CSA approval
Safety: IEC60950 and EN60950
EMC: EN55022, EN55024, EN6100-3-2
Transport stream processing (optional)
TS Multiplexing
Rate adaptation (add/remove “null” packets)
PID and service filtering and remapping
Service component routing based on PID or
component tag
PSI/SI/PSIP handling
Automatic table regeneration
PSIP/PSI/SI download and playout
Dynamic PSIP from PMCP file (A/76B)
Create PSIP with built-in PSI/PSIP editor
VCT override Short channel name, TSID, Source ID, major- and minor channel number
Conversion from ATSC to DVB Transport Streams
Redundancy and monitoring
Input redundancy
Input switching on loss of signal and TR101 290 pri1 alarms
Input signal
monitoring
R1513
TR 101 290 priority
100-240V AC +/- 10%, 50/60 Hz,
optional: -48V DC
Power consumption 35W max
Transport stream adaptation
IP smallcasting 10/100 Base-T Ethernet
Connector: RJ45
Product options
CP505-DC
- 48V DC power supply
CP505-AC2
Dual 230V power supplies
CP505-SFP + x
SFP modules for interface adaptation
CP505-SFP
Enable SFP socket
CP505-AFX
Advanced feature set including TS processing,
PSIP caroussel, PSIP rebranding and rate
adaptation
CP505-ISW
Automatic input switching for input redundancy
CP505-PSIE
PSI/SI/PSIP editor
CP505-PMCP
Dynamic PSIP EIT generation based on PMCP
XML schedules.
cProcessor
Our award-winning cProcessor transport stream processing and
multiplexing products make the complex simple.
Even better, they enable tailoring of regional and local service packages, component filtering,
advanced updating of PSI/SI/PSIP tables, and enhanced quality of service.
User friendly, highly robust and cost effective. It’s this simplicity and performance that has secured
our place in some of the world’s most advanced terrestrial networks.
CONTACT INFORMATION
The Americas
ussales@nevion.com
+1 (805) 247-8560
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+65 6872 9361
Europe and Africa
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+47 33 48 99 99 / +47 22 88 97 50
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UK
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specification or design. The information provided in this document is for
guidance purposes only and shall not form part of any contract.
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