Ericsson E5780 / E5782 MPEG2 HD Encoder (NEW)

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Ericsson E5780 / E5782 MPEG2 HD Encoder (NEW)

Brand: Ericsson
Part number: E5780 / E5782


A top performing HD encoder, the E5780/E5782 provides operators rapid on-air capabilities in both SD and HD encoding modes. It's ideal for professional ATSC and DVB broadcasters.


Product Description

The Ericsson E5780 is a top performing HD MPEG-2 encoder providing rapid on-air capabilities and ease-of-use features.  Offering both SD and HD encoding modes, it is ideal for professional ATSC and DVB broadcasters. It can encode at multiple profiles in both HD and SD modes.

The high maximum bit-rate of 90 Mbps also makes the E5782 ideal for digital cinema applications and other applications that require a near lossless link. The Ericsson E5780 offers 4:2:0 encoding while the top of the range E5782 can encode both 4:2:0 and 4:2:2 profiles.


Benefits

Assured quality output
- High performance encoding in all modes
- Advanced pre-processing

Flexibility
- Switch between multiple high definition and standard definition modes
- Four option slots
- Get on-air quickly

Easy configuration and control.

Support for internally generated PSIP and PSI information.


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Ericsson History

Ericsson is a global leader in delivering ICT and Broadcasting solutions and is since 2016 headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. With customers in over 180 countries almost 40% of the world's mobile traffic is carried over Ericsson networks.

The company was founded in 1876 by Lars Magnus Ericsson. Lars  began his association with telephones in his youth as an instrument maker. In 1878 Ericsson began making and selling his own telephone equipment and later on Ericsson became a major supplier of telephone equipment to Scandinavia.

As production grew in the late 1890’s, Ericsson expanded into foreign markets, i.e. UK, Russia and the Americas. After the Great Depression in the 1930’s, Ericsson was saved from bankruptcy and closure with the help of banks.

In the 1990’s, during the emergence of the Internet, Ericssonwas slow in realizing its potential and fell behind in the area of IP technology. However the growth of GSM, which became a world standard, resulted in 40% share of the world’s mobile market, with around 54 million subscribers. Ericsson market share even increased after the Dot-com bubble of the late 1990’s and became a leading player in networks and the production of mobile telephones, sharing top place with Nokia and Motorola.

The Worldwide hype around the mobile Internet had inflated industry expectations. Operators rather preferred to bid for 3G licenses instead of investing in new networks. This market slowdown caused job losses and consolidations across the industry.

In 2003 the emergence of full mobile Internet began a period of growth and after the launch of 3G services, people started to access the Internet using their telephones.

Ericsson made profit in Q3 2003 again and the new CEO forced the company to concentrate on operational excellence and efficiency.

In the following years Ericsson established joint ventures and purchased various companies and in 2008 Ericsson acquired Tandberg Television and in 2012 the acquisition of Technicolor as well the WiFi network Technology Company BelAir Networks were completed.

In June 2017 Ericsson is exploring the sale of its media businesses as a result of another disappointing quarter in 2017.


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  • Condition: NEW with OEM warranty
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