IPQC32: 32 Channel Mux Scrambler EdgeQAM

The IPQC32 is a highly integrated 1RU video EdgeQAM that can multiplex and scramble IP video signals and convert them to QAM/DVB-C channels for use in CATV systems, such as the ATX CONDOR. The unit features a flexible design and can be configured in a number of ways to suit specific end applications. The high-quality QAM output of the EdgeQAM is organized into 32 independent QAM channels, which can be placed anywhere within a 768 MHz span, from 36 MHz to 960 MHz. The IPQC32 supports up to four simultaneous CA systems and 1680 Mbps of IP data input.


  • Supports up to 1024 channels of IP input over UDP, RTP (MPTS/SPTS)
  • Supports unicast and multicast, IGMP v2/v3
  • Max 840 Mbps effective bit rate for every GbE input
  • Supports remultiplexing and MPTS/SPTS multiplexing
  • Supports up to 180 PIDs remapping per channel
  • 32 QAM carrier outputs, adjustable frequency output within 768 MHz
  • Supports RS (204, 188) encoding
  • Excellent RF performance, MER ≥ 40 dB
  • Remote control and monitoring via an easy-to-use web browser
  • Modular design, 1RU chassis
  • Simultaneous multiple encryption: four CA systems supported
  • Compliant to DVB-C (EN 300 429) and ITU-T J.83 Annex A and B
  • Supports DVB general scrambling system (ETR289), Simulcrypt standards ETSI 101 197 and ETSI 103 197
  • 2 GbE inputs, RJ-45 interface or SFP