VGA to DVB-T Converter features MPEG-2 encoder.

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Model VGA2DVB-T(TM) converts VGA graphics and text from any computer to a frequency agile digital DVB-T modulated signal, and then sends that signal to multiple HD monitors. Unit features 1,280 x 720 full screen or 1,280 x 1,024 VGA input with shrunken viewport and 720p at 16:9 output resolution. Able to be mixed with analog channels with passive mixing via RF mixer, it can be used with existing analog/digital CCTV systems and coaxial cable.




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DVEO Launches VGA to DVB-T Converter with MPEG-2 Encoder



San Diego, California -- DVEO, the broadcast division of CMI, today announced the introduction of their new VGA to DVB-T converter. VGA2DVB-T(TM) will be featured at the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) in Amsterdam, September 12-16, at Stand 3.A48.

VGA2DVB-T is a real time converter and MPEG-2 encoder. It converts any VGA graphics and text from a computer to a frequency agile digital DVB-T modulated signal, then sends the signal to multiple HD monitors. VGA2DVB-T can be used with existing analog or digital CCTV systems and inexpensive coaxial cable.

DVB-T (Digital Video Broadcasting - Terrestrial) is the European standard for broadcasting digital TV "over the air". VGA (Video Graphics Array) is the display standard for personal computers.

"Our European customers are extremely enthusiastic about the VGA2DVB-T," said Laszlo Zoltan, Sales Manager for DVEO. "It's an ideal way to display the same information on many televisions in public places -- such as stadiums, schools, airports, manufacturing plants, and hotels."

The system is easy to configure, and it includes a set of templates to ensure that content will be displayed correctly.

DVEO will soon be introducing VGA converters in other formats -- including VGA2QAM(TM), VGA2IP(TM), VGA2ASI(TM), and VGA28VSB(TM).

Features

VGA
o Input: VGA 1280 x720 full screen or 1280x 1024 with shrunken viewport
o Also works with DVI-I when using adapter
o MPEG-2 encoding bit rates supported: 15 to 35 Mbps
o Based on Windows®, embedded

DVB-T
o Frequency agile, channels 2-135
o Output Resolution: 720p at 16x9
o Able to be mixed with analog channels with passive mixing via inexpensive RF mixer

Suggested Retail Price: VGA2 DVB-T - $10,995 U.S.

About CMI and DVEO
CMI, founded in 1982, is a privately held company headquartered in San Diego, California. DVEO, the Broadcast Division of Computer Modules, Inc., sells digital video and high definition television (HDTV) products to the top television broadcast companies throughout the world.

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