Teledyne Paradise Datacom Announces New Product, the Q-FlexV™ Broadcast Satellite Modem and Modulator, at CommunicAsia 2014

  Teledyne Paradise Datacom Announces New Product, the Q-FlexV™ Broadcast
  Satellite Modem and Modulator, at CommunicAsia 2014

 Video broadcasters now have a new option: a solution that supports ACM, TCP
 acceleration, pre-distortion and IP-over-DVB encapsulation all in a ‘Single
                       Box’ rather than multiple boxes


Business Wire

RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif. -- June 18, 2014

Teledyne Paradise Datacom, a business unit of Teledyne Microwave Solutions,
announced today the launch of the Q-FlexV™ broadcast satellite
modem/modulator, a solution designed specifically for ASI and IP DVB video
broadcasts. Q-FlexV now gives broadcasters a “single-box” modem and modulator
solution packed with all the advanced features they need, and with an
unmatched Performance-to-Price ratio in comparison to competing alternatives
on the market.

A version of Paradise’s popular Q-Flex™ satellite modem, the Q-FlexV replaces
the award-winning Vision series and is ideal for Ultra HDTV, DTH, DSNG, ISP
backhaul, fiber restoration and video contribution and distribution services.
It supports IP and ASI interfaces and can multiplex the two together, and also
supports both the DVB-S2X and the legacy DVB-S/DSNG standards. Teledyne
Paradise Datacom is exhibiting advancements in modem technology, including the
Q-FlexV, at Stand IQ2-08 in the U.S. Pavilion.

“With the Asian region being such an important market for digital television
via satellite, it is only fitting that CommunicAsia 2014 serves as the
launching pad for this leading-edge broadcasting modem and modulator,” said
Tony Radford, VP of Sales for Paradise. “Q-FlexV delivers all the capabilities
digital broadcasters want and need, but does so in a single box, eliminating
the additional cost and complexity required to obtain those capabilities in
multiple boxes from competitors.”

The new DVB-S2X standard provides enhanced bandwidth efficiency with low
spectral roll-off factors and additional choices of modulation and FEC rates.
The ClearLinQ™ adaptive transmit pre-distortion compensates for linear and
non-linear distortion in the communications channel. DVB-S2X ACM converts any
unused link margin into additional throughput and provides 100% link

Like the flagship Q-Flex modem, Q-FlexV is a flexible, software-defined modem
that does what you want, now and in the future because updates are achieved by
convenient software upgrades via Ethernet or memory stick. This flexible
hardware platform makes it ideal for handling high-rate video and IP traffic.
With Dual IF/L-band operation, Q-FlexV delivers data rates up to 155Mbps, has
LinkGuard™ signal-under-carrier interference detection and constellation
monitor, and delivers optimized spectral roll-offs down to 5%.

Additionally at CommunicAsia, the company will be hosting a gathering entitled
“Less Space Segment, More Throughput” on Thursday, June 19, from 10:00 am to
Noon on Level 3 of the conference center, Heliconia Room 3501A. Colin Mackay,
Vice President of Modem Engineering for Paradise, will lead guests through a
‘deep dive’ into these advancements in modem technology and how they can be
leveraged to make service delivery more profitable to the bottom line. The
event is free, and guests may register to attend here.


Teledyne Microwave Solutions (TMS), your single source for microwave
electronics, delivers the world’s most advanced microwave technologies for the
most demanding aerospace, military, commercial, and industrial applications.
Forged from the consolidation of seven leading microwave companies, TMS
leverages its expansive R&D capabilities to research, design, develop, and
manufacture products from RF through 220 GHz. TMS
is a business unit of Teledyne Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of
sophisticated instrumentation, digital imaging products and software,
aerospace and defense electronics, and engineered systems.


Teledyne Microwave Solutions
Darrek Porter, Director of Marketing
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