- Encoder and Multiplexer Design
- 3G-SDI Components and Systems
- HDMI compliance testing per CTS (Compliance Test Specification) V1.3c
|MTX100B||MPEG Generator to capture and play out the captured stream|
|MTS4EA||Elementary Stream Analysis software, includes video extraction to a YUV file for use with PQA600|
|PQA600||Picture Quality Analyzer to capture and analyze both the reference and test files. Algorithm debug and performance optimization|
|MTS4000||The MTS4000 MPEG Analyzer is ideal for the analysis and troubleshooting of audio/video and transport problems in 10G networks for fault isolation and root cause analysis. Cross-layer analysis of the video and audio quality includes real-time video and audio QoE analysis, Picture Quality Analysis, and advanced Elementary Stream analysis including H.264 intra profile and SVC support.|
|MTS4EA||Elementary Stream Analysis software. Includes bitstream editor to quickly assess the impact of encoder configuration changes|
|MTM400A||Diagnostic monitor for long term test environments|
|VQS1000||Video Quality Software application for single ended QoE analysis of video and audio content|
|Understanding PQR, DMOS and PSNR Measurements|
This application note covers these various measurement aspects and how to address quality issues during the transition.
|Picture Quality Measurement for Video Applications|
This application note focuses on the issues video engineers face when developing and/or evaluating an algorithm, device or video signal path; and the objective picture quality measurement solutions Tektronix® provides to support those requirements.
|Objective Measurements and Subjective Assessments Application Note|
By using the PQA500 video, content providers can evaluate the various compression and delivery formats to ensure the best possible picture quality of the program.
|High Definition Analog Component Measurement|
Despite the benefits of digital signal processing, the final signal received by the customer is still converted to an analog signal for display on a picture monitor. With the proliferation of a wide variety of digital devices - set-top boxes, Digital Versatile Disk (DVD) players and PC cards - comes a wide range of video formats beside the standard composite output. It is therefore necessary to understand the requirements for measuring analog component High Definition (HD) signals in order to test the performance of these devices.
|Maintaining High Quality of Experience in an Adaptive Bitrate System |
Broadcast TV has set a very high bar for viewer expectations and delivering a great quality of experience (QoE). As the trend and demand for multiscreen viewing and TV Everywhere or Over-The-Top (OTT) continues to grow, so does the demand for a high quality of experience with the best content on any device and at any time. Behind that multiscreen experience lies some very complex adaptive bit rate (ABR) technology and a new set of monitoring challenges.
|A Guide to MPEG Fundamentals and Protocol Analysis|
MPEG is one of the most popular audio/video compression techniques because it is not just a single standard. Instead, it is a range of standards suitable for different applications but based on similar principles. MPEG is an acronym for the Moving Picture Experts Group.
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|Tips & Tricks: TG8000 Signal Generator Zone Plate Test Pattern|
Using a “Zone Plate” test pattern to accurately measure the frequency characteristics of the equipment.
|Tips and Tricks: Interpretation of HDMI EDID Data with the WFM5250 SDI/HDMI Waveform Monitor|
Learn how to use the WFM5250 Waveform Monitor to analyze HDMI EDID packets.
|Troubleshooting Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE) issues in Video Service Provider Networks|
Learn the benefits and faults of the two most common test methods for troubleshooting video signal problems and the critical capabilities needed in an MPEG analyzer.
|Maintaining High Quality of Experience in an Adaptive Bitrate System Webinar|
This webinar will look at the many points in an ABR system where the video is touched. From ingest (satellite, file, and IP), to egress, each point should be qualified for compliance to help maintain a high QoE, as well as to provide help in troubleshooting problems that arise over time.
|Gamma and Wide Color Gamut Webinar|
Is Gamma a cathode ray tube defect? Do we need Gamma to match human visual response? Can I adjust Gamma myself? For the answer to these and other frequently asked questions, watch this webinar on Gamma and Wide Color Gamut.