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For Immediate Release

Contact: sales@ztechnology.com

1815 NW 169th Place, Suite 3070
Beaverton, OR 97006 USA
503/ 614-9800
888/ 613-9832
Fax 503/ 614-9898

Z Technology announces the addition of DSS5600T/H signal coverage measurement and mapping system for the DVB-H digital television transmission format.   

April 1, 2008, Beaverton, Oregon, USA:  Z Technology, Inc. today announced the availability of the DSS5600T/H, Drive Test System, to their family of digital television signal coverage measurement systems. The DSS5600T/H Drive Test System provides another comprehensive turnkey field measurement, plotting and documentation system customers have come to expect from Z Technology.

The product allows full signal coverage analysis of the existing DVB-T and the new DVB-H signal formats. Using this Drive Test System, the user will be able to decode and perform measurement routines applicable to the unique parameters found in both the DVB-T and DVB-H modulation formats.

The DSS5600T/H provides all the features available with our standard DVB-T Drive Test System nomenclated the DSS5600T. In addition, several new measurements are included to focus specifically on the DVB-H format. Parameters are visually reported to the operator via the Z Technology proprietary Window based Drive Test Application. The new DVB-H parameters can also be recorded to data files and are available for plotting against GPS latitude and longitude.  These parameters include:

- FFT:                                              2K, 4K, 8K

- Inner Interleaving:                          Native or In Depth

- DVB-H signaling:                          Performed or Not Performed

- Time slicing on HP stream:         Used or Not used

- Time slicing on LP stream:          Used or Not used

- MPE FEC on HP stream:             Used or Not used

- MPE FEC on LP stream:              Used or Not used

Two new and valuable features offered with the DSS5600T/H are the received constellations display and analysis of SFN (single frequency networks) via a Channel Impulse response display.  These can be viewed within the Drive Test Application and results captured by the system for retrieval and analysis.


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