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NAB 2019: Evertz RF Probe Solution

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evertz.logoEvertz Microsystems, a global leader in media and entertainment technology solutions, has announced the launch of its RF Probe platform at the NAB Show in Las Vegas. The RF Probe is an advanced high performance, real-time RF and Transport Stream (TS) monitoring solution giving RF operators advanced capabilities for monitoring their RF facilities.

Evertz’ RF Probe gives RF operators the ability to monitor multiple RF sites from a single centralized location giving them a cost effective solution that ensures maximum uptime for their RF infrastructures. With its ability to monitor multiple sites across the globe, the RF Probe is ideal for both small and large teleports, direct-to-Home (DTH) service providers, content providers and broadcasters.

Evertz' RF Probe platform
Evertz RF Probe platform

In addition, the RF Probe features an intuitive web-based user interface. This enables operators to easily monitor signals remotely and configure operational thresholds that, along with notifications based on critical RF and TS parameters, provide operators with a low-cost flexible solution for monitoring remote RF sites.

For more information please visit www.evertz.com

Editor’s Note:
Attention NAB Vendors – Please send all your 2019 NAB press release information for consideration to [email protected]

Olivia Gleichauf – Staff Editor

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