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Topic # 146870 31-May-2014 22:48
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Any good explanation why "ASI Routing" is beneficial ??

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  Reply # 1057402 1-Jun-2014 09:36
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I must say, your questions are anything but "Prosaic".




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  Reply # 1057449 1-Jun-2014 11:34
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Sounds like it can handle multiple streams at once (compressed) vs a single uncompressed stream.

Without really knowing too much that sounds like hardware encoding/offloading which is usually a good thing.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1057472 1-Jun-2014 12:10
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Routing ASI avoids unnecessary conversion of streams to baseband and back. It also means that other metadata stays with the signals. Ie SI data.




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  Reply # 1057553 1-Jun-2014 14:15
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hmmm... so it just means that we are reducing the encoding/ decoding, from source to destination !!!
Doesn't it play any role in terms of Bandwidth???

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  Reply # 1057614 1-Jun-2014 16:36
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turb: I must say, your questions are anything but "Prosaic".


did he mis-spell his own name ?

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  Reply # 1057649 1-Jun-2014 17:52
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ilovemusic:
turb: I must say, your questions are anything but "Prosaic".


did he mis-spell his own name ?

lol


Or I can't read that early in the morning...




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