The TPEG Analyser allows the graphical representation and interpretation of several data streams in real time, as well as the interpretation of recorded data. Meaningless byte data streams turn into TPEG data blocks that are easy to analyse. At first glance differences between the various services can be spotted, and the most important parameters can be compared.
The effective solution for following applications:
monitoring and controlling TPEG services
visualising and recording TPEG services
comparing TPEG services
quality assurance and debugging
reference information for the development of devices and terminals
testing TPEG encoders
as data source files, DAB receivers and network streams can be used
simultaneous representation of bandwidth, synchronisation and reception for several services
animated visualisation of the different TPEG transport frames in real time
detailed output of the decoded frame content
plug-in concept for error warnings and further content analysis
Most encrypted TPEG services can be decrypted in the TPEG Analyser as long as the service provider does allow it. We are able to provide decryption plugins in coordination with the service provider for testing purposes. Please contact us in case of questions.
New features of the TPEG Analyser 5.1:
1.added MapPlugin, including support for GLR, OLR and TMC to be shown in a map
2.added support for OLR relative coordinate decoding
3.added support for opening recently used data
4.added enable/disable of plugins to the plugin-dialog instead of moving plugins into/from plugins-folder
5.added check for unused bits in selectors set to false
6.message management export file name suggestions has attached timestamp of save time
New features of the TPEG Analyser 4.6:
1. added support for tpegML originator service identifier, as defined in „Corrigendum #2 to: TPEG2-SFW_1.1/001“
2. added new application model VLI 1.0-001
3. added tab for analysing tpeg frame and service component frame lengths
New features of the TPEG Analyser 4.5:
1. integrated new application models EMI 1.0-001 (including LRC 2.1-001), RMR 1.0-001 (including LRC 2.0-001) and WEA 1.0-001 (including LRC 2.0-001)
2. changed existing application models (FPI 2.0-001, PKI 1.1-001, TEC 3.1-001, TEC 3.2-002 and TFP 1.0-003) to be specification conform (including LRC 2.0-001)
3. added bmt-experimental application models (bmt-FPI 2.0-001, bmt-PKI 1.1-001, bmt-RMR 1.0-001, bmt-TEC 3.1-001, bmt-TEC 3.2-002, bmt-TFP 1.0-003 and bmt-WEA 1.0-001) non- specification-conform including (including LRC 2.1-001)
4. added support for TPEG-PAC
5. added support for TPEG-LTE_1.0/001
6. added statistics plugin
New features of the TPEG Analyser 4.4:
Including updated application plugins (CAI 1.1/001, FPI 2.0/001, PKI 1.1/001) and new versions (TEC 3.2/001).
New features of the TPEG Analyser 4.3:
Update of all application plugins to the latest official TISA specifications.
Location referencing Container including OpenLR location referencing.
For TISA TAWG Members experimental Plugins including universal location referencing ULR 0.7.
Improved 64bit OS support.
Free additional DAB receiver.
New features of the TPEG Analyser 4.1:
Plugin for dab subchannel UDP input: Decode and analyse DAB subchannels via UDP input.
Zlib plugin: It is now possible, to analyse zlib compressed service frames
Support for loading all TPEG files from one directory as one TPEG stream: Several files can be loaded as a stream without the need to combine them into one file in advance.
TPEG transport frame type information for unknown frame types in stream view: Unknow frame types and unknown data are displayed in the Analyser’s stream view and history list.
WGS84 coordinate decoder plugin: Possibility of decoding WSG84 coordinates, e.g. to map them in Google-Maps.
New features of the TPEG Analyser 4.0:
ETI-NI-G.703 import: TPEG data can be decoded directly out of ETI files.
Drag and Drop of TPEG Binary files: It is now possible to drag TPEG binary files into the TPEG analyser, without the need to open the file dialog.
Display of non-TPEG Data in Streams: If undecodable data or padding is received, this data is displayed as well for further analysis.
Cyclic tpegML export of message sets: This exiting feature allows post processing of decoded TPEG messages. This can be used for example for visualisation in maps or to compare the received data with the data provided to the playout.
100% TISA TPEG2 compliance: The TISA Specifications for TPEG modelling and physical format conversion have been fully implemented and the tpegML format is now 100% TISA compliant.
xpert „diff“ feature to compare binary frames: For experts it is now possible to use the intelligent frame compare features to easily detect differences between TPEG frames on several levels.
Support for new applications and toolkits: All the latest TPEG toolkits and applications are included.
Features of the TPEG Analyser 3.0:
Message Management: In addition to the stream-based analysis it is now possible to show the received messages using the message management in the message portal. That way the message management and the messages to be sent can be reviewed. The message management operates according to the TISA MMC specification published in February 2010 and supports the monolithic process.
tpegML Export: Received TPEG frames can be saved as tpegML files for the TPEG2-based applications.
This ensures a simple view and processing with XML tools. From TPEG binary data tpegML data can easily be generated, which can serve as input for a TPEG ON AIR playout.
Multiple Application Plug-ins: In addition to the selection of the application version with the SNI version details, the GUI now also allows a manual selection of a specific application version. This allows for testing the data against the signalled specification as well as testing against any other version of an application.
optional HECA: The feature for decoding and analysing HECA-encoded data is optional (please contact us for an offer).
DAB Subchannel: As input information for the TPEG Analyser any DAB sub-channel saved in a file or received via UDP can be used (until now data groups were required). Important DAB parameters such as the number of faultlessly received packets and data groups as well as CRC errors are displayed.