PARIS UDcast SA, French provider of wireless IP broadcast solutions, and Channelot Ltd., Israeli manufacturer of low-power mobile TV and digital TV transmitters, have teamed to develop Channelot 100i, a DVB-T/H micro-transmission station with an embedded UDcast iSplicer local content distribution adapter.
UDcast (Sophia Antipolis, France) and Channelot (Tel Aviv, Israel) said the Channelot 100i micro-transmission station is a single-box implementation of a full-featured DVB-T/H low-power transmission site.
The Channelot 100i includes in one 2U-height enclosure the functions required at the point of deployment of the low-power transmitters that are becoming a key element to the large-scale deployment of DVB-H mobile TV networks, partners claimed.
UDcast explained that its iSplicer technology allows multiple transmitters to operate in a single frequency network mode. The solution is said to combine all the content in one single satellite carrier.
The codeveloped solution, concluded UDcast and Channelot, aims to enable mobile TV operators and broadcasters to distribute local and national content packages to a large network of compact and low-power transmission sites.