Multi-Rate SDI 4K Test Signal Generator
Ready for a range of audio and 4K video testing with 12G-SDI systems
Test signal generator that generates 4K signals (UHD 3840 x 2160p, Full 4K 4096 x 2160p). 4K video signals that are output at 60p/59.94p/50p are able to be distributed from 12G-SDI lines to 8 outputs and Quad Link 3G-SDI lines to two outputs at the same time. Embeds 16-channel audio into 12G/3G-SDI or 3D/HD-SDI output. Equipped with two outputs for MADI signals. When using SG-2 option, the two lines are independently configurable.
Can produce any combination of Square Division (SQD)/2-Sample Interleave (2SI) signals, and 3840 x 2160p/4196 x 2160p resolution. (12G mode can be used only with 2SI.)
One line (SG-1) for 4K and HD output is provided as standard.
Able to support two-line output (SG-1, SG-2) with option. SG-1 and SG-2 independently configurable.
|12G-SDI lines to 8 outputs and Quad Link 3G-SDI lines to 2 outputs||(12G-SDI lines to 4 outputs and Quad Link 3G-SDI to 1 output) x2 lines|
|Quad Link 3G-SDI lines to 4 outputs||(Quad Link 3G-SDI lines to 2 outputs) x2 lines|
|Dual Link 3G-SDI lines to 8 outputs||(Dual Link 3G-SDI lines to 4 outputs) x2 lines|
|Quad Link HD-SDI lines to 4 outputs||(Quad Link HD-SDI lines to 2 outpus) x2 lines|
|HD||60p/59.94p/50p||3G-SDI lines to 7 outputs||One 3G-SDI line to 4 outputs and another 3G-SDI line to 3 outputs|
|HD-SDI lines to 7 outputs||One HD-SDI line to 4 outputs and another HD-SDI line to 3 outputs|
Standard test patterns include color bars, ramp, steps, white, black, pathological, crosshatch, multiburst, and noise. Register up to 10 custom test patterns created via computer.
Choose from ITU-R BT.2020 or ITU-R BT.709 for 4K testing (except for custom-made user test patterns.)
Scroll test patterns can be selected horizontally, vertically, horizontally and vertically at the same time, sequenced, or randomized.
Display time codes or channel numbers on test patterns as needed.
Outputs standard test signals (1 kHz, etc.) Test signals can also be customized by registering 10 computer-generated WAV (linear PCM) files (30 seconds, 32 channels).
Control the unit via telnet, or monitor operation via SNMP.
Output can be synced to an external reference signal, with BB or tri-level sync available for each of the three output lines.