The new HDR-70 is a digital HD portable receiver designed by SVP Broadcast Microwave to perform DVB-T, DVB-T2, ISDB-T, DVB-S (optional) and DVB-S2 (optional) demodulation. The distance between the control unit and the RF heads can be up to 600 m. A 70MHz input connection is available in the control unit, through which it is possible to receive the signal from the RF head via a triax cable in DVB-T2, DVB-T, ISDB-T, DVB-S2 (optional) or DVB-S (optional) mode.
It is an H.264 and MPEG-2 HD/SD professional broadcast quality decoder, based on NTT technology. Furthermore, it works in 4:2:2 with 10 bits. Ultra-low latency (end-to-end) of less than one frame is achieved as long as it is used together with SVP transmitters.
The HDR-70 integrates COFDM demodulation. This receiver developed by SVP Broadcast Microwave has several outputs: analogue video, Transport Stream over IP, 3G/SD/HD-SDI and HDMI outputs. It offers the received signal in all the outputs simultaneously. The new HDMI output is particularly interesting to use with semiprofessional monitors.
ASI and Transport Stream over IP inputs make it possible to use this receiver as a standalone decoder; the ASI and the Transport Stream over IP outputs enable the use of the receiver as a demodulator.
• DVB-T/T2, ISDB-T and DVB-S/S2
• NEL H.264 compression technology.
• Highest video quality available: 1080p/50-60, 3G-SDI.
• Lowest Delay in H.264: 33 ms.
• ASI and Transport Stream over IP.
• BISS-1 and BISS-E encryption.
• Can be mounted with tripod, APO antenna and positioner.