Sencore's Jeff Briden to Present Poster on DVB-S2 Modulation at IBC2011
"I'm looking forward to discussing the challenges of implementing high-order modulation schemes for the transmission of DVB-S2 signals, and the latest data and information Sencore has gathered on modulator performance," said Briden. "The IBC reception presents the ideal forum for attendees and technology vendors to discuss the latest innovations in video delivery in a focused yet informal setting."
In his 18 years at Sencore, Briden has played an instrumental role in moving the company into new technologies and markets such as HDTV, 8-VSB, advance digital modulation, MPEG-2, and H.264 video delivery. Known for his innovative thinking, he holds a patent for the method of 8-VSB signal generation used in the world's first portable HDTV RF stream player. Briden was instrumental in developing Sencore's MRD-3187 series professional IRD, which has been widely adopted by broadcasters, satellite providers, and cable MSOs. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering with emphasis on fiber optic communications from Texas A&M University.
Sencore is an engineering leader in the development of high-quality signal transmission solutions for the broadcast, cable, satellite, IPTV, and telecommunications markets. The company's world-class portfolio includes video delivery products, system monitoring and analysis solutions, and test and measurement equipment, all designed to support system interoperability and backed by best-in-class customer support. Sencore products meet the rapidly changing needs of modern media by ensuring the efficient delivery of high-quality video from the source to the home.