What is the difference between the TG2000 and TG700?
The TG2000 and TG700 are both modular platforms, however the TG2000 is a line-based generator with optional GPIB control for remote control used in a manufacturing and R&D environments. The TG700 has primarily been designed for broadcast and post production facilities for use as a Sync Pulse Generator and Test Signal Generator.
|No of Modules per Frame||4||9|
|Genlock||AGL7 (1 Reference I/P)||AGL1 (3 Reference I/P)|
|Black Burst||BG7 (4 O/P)||BG1 (3 O/P)|
|Analog Generator||ATG7 Supports NTSC and PAL B/G/I||All composite, component standard definition formats|
|525/625 Digital Generator||DVG7 supports 270 & 143Mbs||DVG1 supports 360, 270, & 143Mbs both parallel and serial outputs available|
|SDI stress generator||No||Option|
|HD Digital Generator||HDVG7 supports most SMPTE 292 formats||HDVG1 supports most SMPTE 292 formats|
|Logo Generator||DVG7 and HDVG7||No Line based patterns only|
|AES/EBU Audio||AG7 and embedded on SDI and HD-SDI signals||Embedded on SDI and HD-SDI signals|
|Remote Control||Via Network||Via RS232, Parallel and GPIB option|
This FAQ Applies to:
Product Series: Sync Pulse Generator
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