New module for Personal Stream Tool: TS EXPLORER

TS Explorer is a new software modul for Personal Stream Tool which can analyze a transport stream in details, with different tests running at the same time, and the results are shown on one display. When entering the menu, you can choose which input you want to use from the four available (IP, ASI, DVB-T-T2-C, DVB-S-S2). Starting the test, the software starts drawing the input data speed, the graph of the amount of the IP Jitter (only in case of IP input signal) and the null packets. In the centre of the display, you can see the data speed of PIDs in the TS, and the number of errors since the start of the test. During the test of the video content, a thumbnail picture appears on the right side of the screen.

Personal Stream Tool portable versions...

...and rack version.



CableWorld magazine

  • 68. CW News - February, 2018

    Featured Articles (in Hungarian only)

    - The future of broadcasting
      ANGA COM, Broadcast Asia

    - SNMP trap setup
      DVB-T/T2/C tuner diagnostics

    - EPG with accented characters
      Application development guidelines

    - Edge Lite
      VBR to CBR converter

    - TS Explorer
      Application-oriented GUI for cable TV operators

    - Thumbnail pictures by PST
      Tricks for developers


    Written on Monday, 11 June 2018 09:14 in CableWorld magazine Be the first to comment!
  • 67. CW News - February, 2018

    Featured Articles (in Hungarian only)

    - Technological innovations in the last 25 years
      CableWorld was started in January of 1993

    - SNMP trap
      Available in PST from v1.10 firmware version

    - Video Mosaic in Windows 10 environment
      16 tv-channels on a full HD screen

    - Video Analyzer
      New module for analyzing H.262, H.264 and H.265

    - Video compression standards
      AVC, AVCC and MP4

    - IGMPv3 by PST
      The trends have to be followed


    Written on Wednesday, 14 February 2018 09:00 in CableWorld magazine Be the first to comment!

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