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    The IQUCP25 is a user configurable multichannel video-over-IP transceiver developed for use within low-latency and high-bandwidth Ethernet IP networks. Using RTP VSF TR-03 (SMPTE ST 2110), TR-04 and SMPTE ST 2022-6 encoding and encapsulation schemes, along with either clause 74 or clause 108 FEC, enables the IQUCP25 to encode or decode up to 16 SDI signals and transport them over redundant 25 GbE links (SMPTE ST 2022-7).
    To enable hardware processing flexibility, IQUCP25 has a variety of Software Defined Cores (SDCs) available that can be purchased and loaded as operational needs demand. SDCs can be installed via a licensing mechanism and include: essence processing for SDI to IP gateway type applications, signal monitoring for multiviewer style applications, network processing for IP transcoding and NAT firewall applications, and signal processing for broadcast-quality conversion and processing requirements.
    With its essence processing SDC, IQUCP25 provides frame-synchronized SDI outputs along with both uncompressed and compressed (using SMPTE ST 2042-VC2) modes of IP operation. Encapsulation of signals in a SMPTE ST 2022-6 transport stream is also catered for.
    IQUCP25 is fully compatible with Grass Valley’s new broadcast-centric IP routing and network management solution designed to migrate broadcasters from a traditional baseband routing and control environment to new hybrid SDI and IP workflows.
    The IQUCP25 is a user configurable multichannel video-over-IP transceiver developed for use within low-latency and high-bandwidth Ethernet IP networks. Using RTP VSF TR-03 (SMPTE ST 2110), TR-04 and SMPTE ST 2022-6 encoding and encapsulation schemes, along with either clause 74 or clause 108 FEC, enables the IQUCP25 to encode or decode up to 16 SDI signals and transport them over redundant 25 GbE links (SMPTE ST 2022-7).

    To enable hardware processing flexibility, IQUCP25 has a variety of Software Defined Cores (SDCs) available that can be purchased and loaded as operational needs demand. SDCs can be installed via a licensing mechanism and include: essence processing for SDI to IP gateway type applications, signal monitoring for multiviewer style applications, network processing for IP transcoding and NAT firewall applications, and signal processing for broadcast-quality conversion and processing requirements.
    With its essence processing SDC, IQUCP25 provides frame-synchronized SDI outputs along with both uncompressed and compressed (using SMPTE ST 2042-VC2) modes of IP operation. Encapsulation of signals in a SMPTE ST 2022-6 transport stream is also catered for.IQUCP25 is fully compatible with Grass Valley’s new broadcast-centric IP routing and network management solution designed to migrate broadcasters from a traditional baseband routing and control environment to new hybrid SDI and IP workflows.