The company is offering a host of optical transport solutions, powered by InnoTrans, focused on enabling operators to deliver more capacity into their existing HFC-based fibre infrastructure, while delivering performance levels capable of supporting DOCSIS 3.1.
The product offering is suited for long haul multi-wavelength transmission, hub collapses, node aggregation and backhaul and RFoG/PON deployments, the company says.
ATX is also highlighting its new ChromaFlex II chassis, which integrates RF management into the modular optical chassis to minimise rack space in the headend.
ATX’s CCAP-compliant MAXNET II and SignalOn modular RF management platforms have been expanded to 1.218GHz bandwidth in order to support the complete frequency range of DOCSIS 3.1.
MAXNET II is an ultra-dense, MCX connector-based RF management solution with SNMP/web remote control/monitoring, while SignalOn is a high-density, F/BNC connector-based solution with patented make-before-break attenuation feature.
ATX’s UCrypt IP to PAL (IP2PAL) mini headend is designed for conversion of IP video streams to PAL in a space-efficient and cost-effective manner, according to the company.
The Condor Headend system is an all-digital CATV solution consisting of a set-top box platform and headend broadcast system. ATX is also displaying Pico Digital’s PD1600 mini headend.
The PD1600 device is capable of interfacing with DVB-C, DVB-S/S2, ATSC or DVB-T/T2 operators in order to ingest, decrypt, transcode (optional) and re-transmit video content via IP, QAM, DVB-T, ISDB-T, NTSC or MPEG-DASH/HLS. The PD1600 device includes content protection.
ATX will exhibit at ANGA COM in hall 7, stand A11
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