Secure IP Transmission

Highlights:
  • Packet Loss Mitigation

  • 128/256 AES Encryption

  • Transmission Monitoring

  • Bouquet Management

  • Low-Latency

Secure & Reliable Delivery via SRT Protocol

SRT stands for ‘Secure Reliable Transport’, and is an open source video transport protocol. SRT uses secure streams and easy firewall traversal to optimize streaming performance and deliver high-quality video over even the most unreliable networks.

The SRT protocol uses end-to-end 128/256 bit AES encryption to ensure that content is protected from contribution to distribution. It also provides the ability to configure specific controls that allow users to correct for specific network challenges.

Strategic Partners:
  • SRT Alliance
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Secure IP Transmission via SRT Protocol
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Protect against jitter, packet loss and bandwidth fluctuation, giving customers the best viewing experience of your live event. With configurable control, these devices deliver high quality, low latency video while overcoming network challenges to the production studio.

Receive & decrypt live event content for studio production and distribution from your broadcast facility.

ASI or IP Inputs from On-Site Acquisition
ASI or IP Output for Distribution
Event Site
Production Site

Adtec Encoders

Others

Adtec Receivers

Others

AdTec Notes:

Secure IP Gateway Device

Supports UDP, RTP, SRT (Encrypted)

     For transmission of your content on a busy LAN or the public internet, these models offer two modes. In turn-around mode, the stream is left intact and is passed transparently from the input to the output. If bouquet management is required, standard multiplexing mode allows for service filtering and TS conversion. Encrypted transmission of your IP video feed via internet is supported with the Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) protocol.

Models:
SG250-IP

Bi-Directional IP Gateway to and from Cloud. 

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IP Input/Output Standards:

MPEG 2 RTP v2 transport ( RFC 3550 )

Input/Output Rates: 1 - 185Mbps

MPEG 2 UDP transport

Input/Output Rates: 1 - 185Mbps

SRT transport

Input/Output Rates: 1 - 60Mbps

SG250-IP/ASI  or SG250-ASI/IP

SG250-ASI/IP: ASI Input - to - IP Output to Cloud

SG250-IP/ASI: IP Input from Cloud - to - ASI Output

ASI hardware configured for input or output at time of order. Not in-field switchable.

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IP Input/Output Standards:

MPEG 2 RTP v2 transport ( RFC 3550 )

Input/Output Rates: 1 - 185Mbps

MPEG 2 UDP transport

Input/Output Rates: 1 - 185Mbps

SRT transport

Input/Output Rates: 1 - 60Mbps

ASI Input:

Asynchronous Serial Interface per

EN500083-9 / ISO13818-1 MPEG 2 Transport Stream per EN 50083-9:1997 (188 byte only)

Rates:

DVB-ASI 185Mbps (SPTS and MPTS).

The aggregate sum of all inputs on the carrier must fall within the supported limit of 185Mbps.

ASI Output:

Asynchronous Serial Interface per

EN500083-9 / ISO13818-1 MPEG 2 Transport Stream per EN 50083-9:1997 (188 byte only)

Rates:

DVB-ASI 210Mbps (SPTS and MPTS).

The aggregate sum of all outputs must fall within

the supported limit of 210Mbps. per carrier.

Mirrored outputs are not additive.

All Models Support Table Generation when in Standard Multiplexer Mode:

MPEG Program Specific Information (PSI) table compliance:

PAT / CAT / PMT

DVB Service Information (SI) static table compliance:

SDT / NIT / EIT / TDT/TOT

ATSC A65B (PSIP) static table compliance:

MGT (TVCT) – Terrestrial / STT / RRT / EIT 0-3