SPG700 Multiformat Reference Sync Generator
The SPG700 is a multiformat reference sync generator with optional 3G/HD/SD-SDI test signal generator support for traditional SDI-based video infrastructure. It provides multiple video reference signals, such as black burst and HD tri-level sync, and audio reference signals, such as DARS and 48 kHz word clock, and it supports various timecode formats for time reference generator applications.
Composite, SD, HD, 3G-SDI
Sync for Genlock, Black Burst / HD Tri-level Sync, 48 kHz Word Clock, DARS, LTC and VITC Time Code, Burn-in Time code, Embedded Audio, ANC Data, ID Text/Circle, Color Logo Overlays, Web UI, SNMP Status and Alarm Reporting, Option DPW: Dual Redundant Power Supply System, Option RACK: Rackmount slides and rails kit for SPG700
Opt. SDI: 3G/HD/SD-SDI Test Signal Generator, Opt. XLR: Adapter Cable with 4 XLR connectors for LTC Input/Outputs
Rack Mount – 1 RU height, 19 inches width, standard depth
Tektronix makes available outline drawings for system integrators of the following video products:
- Waveform monitors.
- WFM4000,WFM5000,WFM5200,WFM5250,WFM6120, WFM7200, WFM8200, and WFM8300.
- Waveform rasterizers.
- WVR4000, WVR5000, WVR5200, WVR5250, WVR7200, WVR8200, and WVR8300.
- Test signal generators.
- SPG300, SPG600, SPG700, SPG8000, SPG8000A, TG700, and TG8000.
- Changeover units.
- ECO422D, ECO8000, and ECO8020.
|Using Stay GenLock|
Tech brief on video reference timing with Tektronix Signal Generators
|Tektronix Video System Integration CAD File|
Tektronix makes available outline drawings for system integrators of waveform monitors, waveform rasterizers, test signal generators, and changeover units.
|Master Sync and Master Clock Reference Timing within a Facility|
Adjusting system timing and achieving synchronization is one of the most fundamental and critical procedures in a facility. With facilities operating with multi-formats, learn how the Tektronix SPG8000 and TG8000 can be configured to serve the multi-formats needs of a facility.
|Timing and Synchronization in a Standard Definition Hybrid Video Facility|
An application note explaining the complexities of an analog and digital multi-standard, multi-format environment that requires flexibility to achieve and maintain synchronization in facilities that operate in a mix of formats.