Wellav has unveiled a new model for the CMP series, CMP308, the latest HDMI encoder modulator of low cost but high performance. It supports 8-channel HDMI HEVC/H.264 encoding up to 1080P30 (i60) and optional QAM/OFDM/8VSB/ISDB-T modulation output. In cable / MDU / hospitality / residential scenarios, CMP308 will be a good helper to create a new Cable TV network or expand programs on an existing network.
CMP308 can guarantee the best video quality while lowering bandwidth with its powerful features like de-interlacing, noise-cancelation and PCR correction. By inserting QR code/logo/OSD flexibly, the device provides more possibilities to add value to programmes, thereby increase users' revenue. Through the great service-level multiplexing, CMP308 can effortlessly acquire signals from STBs, cameras or professional decoders and convert them to desired output signals. Its agile frequency setting and excellent modulation with MER≥42dB promises end users high video quality even after a distant transmission.
» 8-CH HDMI encoding up to 1080i60 and optional QAM/OFDM/ISDB-T/8VSB modulation
» H.264/HEVC video and MPEG1 Layer II audio encoding, optional AAC/AC3
» De-interlacing, noise reduction and flexible GOP size for premium video quality
» Low latency from source to output
» NIT/BAT editing and LCN allocation
» Agile frequency setting (48~862MHz)
» Up to 105dBuv and MER≥42dB per frequency
» User-friendly Web-GUI and on-site / remote management and software upgrade
CMP308 offers an integration of encoding, multiplexing and modulation at a competitive price. It's perfect for most cable system applications in government offices, hotels, guesthouses, residential buildings, where users require for less maintenance but higher stability.
For the last 15 years, Wellav has been committed to developing reliable and cost effective products to enable customers to embrace new technologies, new video protocols and new media delivery applications. CMP series was introduced to market to provide a flexible yet powerful media gateway to turnaround video/audio signals to different format/protocols in both private and public network settings. It helps customers to pick what is needed for current media services yet prepared for future technology upgrade in an IP-centric architecture.