Regional adaptation in DTT networks is a critical differentiator for network operators. The CP330 T2-Bridge offers the ideal toolbox for regional adaptation in DVB-T and DVB-T2 Single Frequency Networks (SFN).
The CP330 offers a flexible and highly cost effective solution for regional adaptation at DVB-T and DVB-T2 transmitter sites. By using Nevion’s deterministic processing technology CP330 supports two operational modes for feeding of transmitters in multiple SFN regions. The input signal feeding CP330 can be regional multi-stream feed or a transport stream as used for Direct to Home (DTH) satellite system.
CP330 supports multiple modes of operation:
- Nevion deterministic adaptation based on Multiple Physical Layer Pipe (M-PLP) technology and enables the insertion of local content by adapting an incoming national T2-MI feed and a deterministic regional Transport Stream (TS) feed.
- Nevion deterministic re-multiplexing uses a deterministic Transport Stream processing to insert local content and generate a standard compliant T2-MI at the transmitter site. Several CP330 T2-Bridges located at multiple transmitter sites in the same region will broadcast in SFN mode.