TBS260B DVB HD IP to ASI Converter

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TBS260B IP to ASI Gigabits converter is a head-end interface device which is used for DVB ASI and Ethernet. As a kind of IP receiver, this device can recover RTP/UDP database received from the transporting device into TS stream and then output it through the ASI output interface as part of IP stream receiver to turn the IP stream to standard TS stream. Moreover, it has the function to resist the IP transporting shake, and to restore the PCR of the TS stream.

TBS260B support unicast / multicast and has TS remux function, it is ideal for digital TV Broadcasting System. With TBS NetworkTool, it’s very easy to operate and dispose.

Product Features:

  • Supports IP to ASI conversion
  • Supports UDP/RTP, unicast and multicast mode
  • Power off memory, saving the settings for auto-loading after reboot

Applications:

  • Digital TV Broadcasting System
  • Digital TV Programs Transmission
  • IPTV System
  • Head-end system of Digital TV branch network
  • CATV Broadcasting system
  • Edge side of Digital TV backbone network

Specifications:

  • Model :TBS260B
  • Interface:RJ45 100/1000Mbps Ethernet interface
  • Function;DVB-ASI
  • Stream input :Unicast /multicast, UDP/RTP Protocol
  • Stream output :TS stream
  • Control :Web Interface
  • Jitter tolerance :1 ~ 120ms
  • Output return loss :> 15dB
  • OS :Linux or Windows XP, 2k3/2k8, Vista, 7, 8/8.1, 10
  • Power consumption :less than 2.5W
  • Dimension :14.6*11.1*4 cm
  • Weight :800g
  • Package Contents:1 x TBS260B DVB HD IP to ASI Converter 1 x Power Adapter 1 x DC Line 1 x BNC Cable

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Company Profile

TBS Technologies is a company which specializes in developing, manufacturing and marketing of digital TV tuner cards for PC. Main products include PC cards for DVB S/S2, DVB-T/T2, DVB-C with single, dual, and quad tuner, CAM CI box for DVB-S2, USB TV Box for DVB-S/S2,DVB-T/T2,DVB-C. Most TV tuner products are Linux driver ready up to the latest kernel.