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StreamScope XM MT ATSC 3.0 Broadcast Stream Analyzer

ATSC 3.0 broadcast stream analyzer

StreamScope XM MT

The new StreamScope® XM MT provides state-of-the-art ATSC 3.0 broadcast stream analysis.

Complete ATSC 3.0 troubleshooting

A full receiver with ROUTE, MMTP, and STLTP analysis, StreamScope XM MT aids ATSC 3.0 trials and deployments with comprehensive real-time analysis of RF, Ethernet, and recorded file inputs at multiple delivery points.

For NextGen TV quality assurance

StreamScope XM MT Broadcast Summary subview

StreamScope XM MT performs complete analysis on ATSC 3.0 RF, Ethernet, and file inputs. (Click to enlarge.)

Available in portable or server forms, StreamScope XM MT enables engineers to troubleshoot video and audio bitrates, signaling, object buffering, program guides, stream structures, system tables, multicast routes, RF data, and more, ensuring ATSC 3.0 broadcast quality.

Learn more about the StreamScope XM MT ATS 3.0 analyzer. Free Recorded Webinar

  • State of the art ATSC 3.0 stream analysis
  • RF, Ethernet, and PCAP file inputs
  • Signaling, video, audio, and data validation
  • Real-time video and audio rendering
  • Handles ROUTE , MMTP, and STLTP protocols
  • Stream object, bitrate, and buffer size graphs
  • Protocol stack and table structure diagrams
  • System table locations, intervals, and details
  • Advanced RF analysis with constellation, impulse, and spectrum graphs
  • Multicast IP monitoring and analysis
  • Electronic Service Guide (ESG) programs and details
  • Records and manages IP capture (PCAP) files
  • Color mapping for at-a-glance tracking
  • User management for remote web access
  • Unix-based client-server architecture

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Overview home page Service Details subview
 Multicast Analysis subview RF Data subview

TV Technology 2016 Product Innovation Awards 2016 Product Innovation Award

"StreamScope XM makes it practical for broadcasters to launch early deployments and trials of ATSC 3.0, ushering in a new era of digital television.” - TV Technology

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