Triax (Stand G11) is to use ANGA Cable to unveil a range of new products.
Triax will unveil three new models of set-top box at the show. The S-150 Hybrid is a free-to-air satellite receiver featuring HD resolution and a USB port with recording function for the connection of external storage media. IP based interactive services such as catch up TV, HD video text and programme guides as well as the new Triax SmartTV portal offering apps from Facebook and music platforms like putpat can be accessed via HbbTV. The HD cable receiver C-150 Hybrid can also boast all these functions. Thanks to an additional CI Plus slot it can also be used for pay TV channels. By integrating the DLNA-certified receiver into the home network via an Ethernet port (10/100 Mbps) it is possible to stream music or image files from a PC to a TV screen. The IP-100 is a pure IP receiver connecting television and internet. The three new set-top boxes will be available from September 2012.
Triax will also show new IPTV solutions for its TDX headend. The combination of headend and middleware offers access to international TV and radio channels, a gateway to PMS (property management system) or a customer-specific user interface. Additionally, users can choose from functions such as video- and music-on-demand, wake-up calls, internet guest account or messaging services. A new multiscreen solution makes it possible to send inputs not only to TV sets but also to IP receivers, PCs, tablets, smartphones or other end device able to process IPTV signals. Also debuting is a CAS system which can be configured according to the principle of plug and play and enables secure encryption of TV channels on all output modules, according to Triax.
New input features for the TDX will also be on show: IP-in functionality and a DVB-T/T2 input module for the frequency ranges between 177.5 to 226.5MHz and 474 to 858MHz.
The cable technology provider will use the show to present a new generation of the GHV house amplifiers, targeted at small to mid-sized buildings or housing groups. The family contains the GHV 500, GHV 700 and GHV 900 series, which are all based on the same platform.
Triax offers 10 models that use 1GHz technology, energy-saving mains-fed power supply, surge protection and robust zinc diecasting housing. The GHV 930 is available as of today. All other models are expected to be brought to the market during the next three months.
Triax will also showcase a range of amplifiers that it says can protect digital-terrestrial reception from LTE interference. Patent-pending low pass filter technology in the new DTT antennas and amplifiers secures exact separation of frequencies for interference-free reception, according to Triax.
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