UCrypt IP to Analog

ATX’s UCrypt IP to analog (IP2A) media distribution gateway is designed to ingest programs in IP format and retransmit them in analog format.  It supports up to 60 individually agile analog output channels with enterprise-grade redundancy features. The UCrypt IP to Analog gateway is ideal for replacing legacy analog modulators when converting headends/hubs to all-IP transports and are perfect for building a “mini headend” for commercial accounts, MDUs or bulk hospitality accounts where non-digital TVs are prevalent


  • Operational Efficiency – MSOs can reduce costs and operational overhead by streamlining operations for transitioning digital IP multicast feeds to analog RF formats
  • Content Security Compliance – Supports transport link security (AES128) for service provider adherence to their content license agreements
  • Reduced Trouble Calls – Proven track record of long-term operation in mission-critical and high-visibility environments with multiple layers of integrated redundancy and robustness
  • Ease of Deployment – Enterprise-grade features including the ability to pro-actively monitor deployed devices makes it easier for MSOs and other service providers to keep tabs on the health of their networks
  • Cost Efficiency – Superior capacity at competitive pricing allows service providers to meet their required ROI for servicing commercial and hospitality accounts


  • Outputs up to 60 individually agile analog channels
  • Analog formats: NTSC, PAL D/K, PAL B/G or PAL M/N
  • Supports ingest of HD/SD, MPEG-2 or H.264 program streams
  • Supports MTPS or SPTS inputs
  • Supports secondary program multicast specification & Ethernet port redundancy
  • Support for SCTE-18 EAS override functionality
  • Supports SNMP-based alerts and alarms
  • Easy-to-use, web-based UI for remote configuration, management and monitoring

Solution: Bulk Media Distribution

ATX Networks is helping video service providers break through market barriers and rewrite the rules of engagement in the commercial space. Through the bulk delivery of video and related services to MDUs, healthcare facilities and hospitality venues, such as hotels and sports arenas, Pay TV operators can reach a largely untapped and potentially lucrative commercial market.