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Tips and Tricks Video 133

GPS antenna connection It is a FAQ to know what kind of antenna to use in a GPS installation and how to be sure that the signal at the input of the SPG is correct. It is important first to understand that the GPS receiver is inside the SPG8000A itself and then the available connector on the back side is an Antenna connector. Knowing that, it is important to take some elementary cares about how to wire the antenna in the generator.
Tips and Tricks Video 129

Tips and Tricks Video 129

SDI outputs – Which one to use ? (French and English document) Since scopes are now 3G compatible, a passive loop-through is not possible anymore because at these frequencies the metallic continuity would represent a real antenna bringing a lot of interferences in the signal. The waveform monitor outputs are then all active and it means that without mains, no signal is available on these connectors. But there are many output connectors. So witch one to select and how to choose and to set the right one ?
Tips and Tricks Video 125

Tips and Tricks Video 125

Video on optical fiber measurement (French and English document) Because optical connection solutions are easier to use and manipulate, they are becoming increasingly popular in the broadcast industry. Nevertheless, when a difficulty occurs in deploying the solution, it is useful to have an equipment able to check the main parameters of the transmission path. This is precisely what the SFP option of the WFM2300 does and here are some tricks on how to use it appropriately.
Tips and Tricks Video 124

Tips and Tricks Video 124

PTP – A new reference (French and English document) To deploy systems interconnected with IP links, the most difficult issue to solve is synchronization of all the equipment’s with a unique clock. With this in mind, an old standard has been adapted for Broadcast applications: PTP (Precision Time Protocol). Originally, this technology has been used by banks for High Frequency Trading operations in order that all computers in the world have a unique clock that is millisecond accurate. This protocol has now been adapted for Broadcast applications and is well described in the recommendation SMPTE ST 2059-2.
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Tips and Tricks Video 136

Last Firmware release Most of the measurement equipment’s are now operating with programmable microprocessor FPGA and it is necessary sometimes to check whether a new version is available in order to get it on the web. It appeared interesting for the NAB month to summarize the current production releases actually available on line.
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Tips and Tricks Video 148

UHD-4K SQD vs 2SI The Video industry is always trying to improve its level of quality. In this context, 4K UHD is now coming to our TV sets and the best example will be the next world cup in Russia in June that will be covered in 4K in all the stadiums and broadcasted to each country in its native format. 4K UHD requires 8 times more bandwidth than a regular HD signal. It means that 12Mbps are needed. If we remember the difficulties faced moving from SD-SDI (270Mbps) to HD-SDI (1,485Mbps), dealing with 12Gbps SDI could be considered as quite a challenge. Fortunately, for those now wanting to take any risk, some tips exist allowing well-known process, and a lot of broadcasters are using the 4 links 3Gbps technique. So, the signal is divided in 4 equal parts and transported on 4 different coaxial cables. Two modes exist for splitting the pixels, each of one with advantages and disadvantages.
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Tips and Tricks Video 147

NMOS IS-04 As our industry moves away from hard wired systems towards flexible IP based architectures, international standardization entities (like SMPTE or AES) have worked on specifications to stream live content on IP packets (ST2110). But they have not really worked about interconnection and interoperability: How for instance to know what is in a system or how to simply connect a camera to a monitor in this environment ? Facing this context, AMWA has created an open working group named NMOS to work on these subjects. The first published specification (IS-04) enables applications to discover networked resources, which is an important first step towards automation and scalability. Tektronix being one of the active members of this group, IS-04 is already implemented in the Prism to facilitate the network connectivity.
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Tips and Tricks Video 146

Picture BRIGHT-UP Now that pictures are created for high resolution displays and sometimes with high dynamic range luminance curve, we often receive the question about how to monitor carefully the levels in a video signal directly in the picture. There many ways to measure that and some are well known: Luminance Vector display (see T&T N°109), Diamond display, Spearhead display (see T&T N°66). But there is a particular display for long long time, in all Tektronix oscilloscopes that allows to check very rapidly the level of luminance in the picture itself. This is the bright-up possibility that is switched off by default.
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Tips and Tricks Video 145

FOM, a new index of performance All users of SPG8000A with the GPS option on board have seen on the menu and in the alert panel a new index of performance index that is FOM. At a high level, a Figure of Merit is an indicator that a manufacturer makes available for a user showing at a glance how the instrument is performing. It has no scientific value and the user must calibrate it for the different steps. This paper gives some inputs on this concept and how to use it for the SPG8000A.

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