The S7200 TV Signal Analyzer provides fast, easy real-time analysis and monitoring of terrestrial, cable, and satellite TV signals (8VSB, QAM [J.83A/C/C2], QPSK, 8PSK, and PAL,SECAM, & NTSC RF Channels). The range of capabilities offered by the S7200 includes all measurements required to install, maintain, and troubleshoot 8VSB transmitters and includes complete RF analysis and logging, along with transport stream recording.
Featuring integrated high-speed spectrum analysis capability, the S7200 covers TV & Broadcasting signals (5~1220MHz) as well as Satellite IF signals (950~2150MHz ).
DVB-T2 Signal Analysis
Covers QPSK and 16, 64, and 256 QAM, providing power level, MER, CBER/LBER, constellation measurements, and echo pattern.
Transport Stream Analysis & Monitoring
The S7200 provides real-time analysis, monitoring, and recording of MPEG Transport Streams via TS-ASI input & RF output.Featuring TR101 290 3-level monitoring, the S7200 lists PSI/SI and transport stream program informaton. In addition, the S7200 lists details of all programs running in a TV network or a transponder.With 32GB of storage, the S7200 can save hours of TS footage for instant replay and analysis.
DVB-C Signal Analysis
Other supported standards include J.83 Annex A/C (on models S7200 and S7200-ISDB-Tb) and J.83 Annex A/B/C (on model S7200-ATSC), providing power level, MER, BER, & constellation measurements. Use the Error Vector Spectrum (EVS) function to quickly find interference signals beneath the QAM mask.The frequency domain EVS tool helps measure narrow-band interference signals, while the time domain EVS function is used for wide-band interference signals such as LTE interference.
Function & Benefits
All-In-One TV Signal Analyzer
Digital Standards:DVB-C/C2, DVB-T/T2, DVB-S/S2, ATSC and ISDB-Tb
Video Decoder: MPEG2/4H.264/VC-1, SD/HD
High Speed Spectrum Analysis:frequency range 5~2150 MHz, max span 1200MHz
Transport Stream Analyzer
Fast Spectrum Analysis
WiFi Analysis and Communication - 2.4 & 5 GHz (802.11 a/b/g/n)
Optical Power measurements and Optical Receiver optio