Village Island, Teamcast and Aviindos show DVB-S2X
Carrier ID management solution at ABU2016

Singapore – April 12, 2016
DVB-S2X Carrier ID management solution

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TeamCast, the world-renowned leader in digital modulation technologies for Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT), Wireless Transmission and Satellite Applications, and Village Island, Asia’s most advanced Skyline Dataminer integrator and the famous manufacturer for tailor made monitoring solutions for Satellite Broadcasters, partnered with Aviindos in Malaysia for developing and demonstrating at the last ABU 2016 state of the art satellite Carrier ID monitoring.

A Jupiter satellite receiver from TeamCast has been integrated into the Dataminer solution from Village Island to constitute a complete satellite transmission monitoring solution with CID detection, demodulation and decoding.

Once the system is locked on a satellite carrier, beyond the display of the regular transmission parameters, the operator gets the following DVB-CID related data: Carrier ID, latitude, longitude, telephone and user data. The operator can then instantly get confidence about the carrier it is locked on.

“With this solution, every satellite transmission operator can easily check that their carriers meet the future requirements from their regulator at the same time they check their regular transmission parameters. It is also the right tool to fight interferer”, says Christophe Trolet, Business Unit Manager at TeamCast.

“With this additional function, our Dataminer solution is really the powerful and future proof tool our customers are willing for building their control centre” says Michael Van Dorpe, President at Village Island. He adds “As DATAMINER STRATEGIC PARTNER, system integrator and driver developer, it is our duty to integrate customer driven strategic features such as the Carrier IDs.”

About TeamCast:

TeamCast is a renowned and highly active member of the Digital TV ecosystem worldwide, with innovative technology offerings based on a solid expertise in Satellite and Terrestrial Digital TV transmission.

Created in 2003, and based at Rennes in France, TeamCast is deeply involved in the development, definition and verification of numerous broadcasting standards.

Today, major clients in the Broadcasting Industry from 50 different countries invest their confidence in TeamCast and its products. TeamCast has offices in Elmira (New York) and in Singapore to support the development of its business in North America and Asia, and to provide local sales and technical support services to its customers.

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About Village Island:

Village Island provides a wide range of audiovisual solutions. Our core mission is the distribution of broadcast technology and products from IP core, OEM hardware, software and SDK platforms to stand-alone equipment and system for Head-Ends and digital broadcasting.

The switch from analog to digital brings revolution through all the ramifications of the Communication, the Broadcast and the Audiovisual industry, but more is to come in terms of continuous evolutions of the hardware platform performances, and software flexibilities and intelligence, toward an ever widening range of business applications.

We propose state-of-art, affordable and flexible technology in response to the reality of our customer needs.

Press contact: Jonathan TRIBOULET –
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About Aviindos:
Aviindos sets its focus in providing quality consultation to the industry with its wide range of test & measurement solutions together with complete system design, integration and implementation services.

With over 10 years of combined experience and its business representation of technological partners from the European, North American and Japanese continent, Aviindos brings to the industry the latest technological advancement to suit the various customizable industry needs, for Broadcast, Satellite, Wireless, Telco and other related industries.
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