At the InfoComm 2011 show, Blonder Tongue Laboratories will present and demonstrate its newest solutions for HDTV, SDTV and IPTV.The IPAT (IP ASI transcoder) is the company's latest release. Designed for IPTV applications, the IPAT is a bi-direction ASI-to-IP transcoder, which accepts MPEG-2/4-encoded input streams in 1000baseT Ethernet (GigE) and ASI formats simultaneously. GigE input is transcoded to ASI output while ASI input is transcoded to GigE output. Two optional modules allow input/output in QAM and 8-VSB formats. The IPAT is expected to ship in 2Q/2011.The HDE-2H-QAM (HD encoder) is a 2:1 encoder and multiplexer that accepts up to two inputs in HDMI and component formats, digitizes and MPEG-2 encodes each into a HD (1080i/720p) stream, and multiplexes the resulting two streams into one QAM output. Any combination of input multiplexing is allowed. The encoder supports Dolby Digital AC-3 encoding and closed captioning (EIA-608), and is equipped with an EAS interface. The HDE-2S-QAM (HD encoder) is identical to HDE-2H-QAM, but accepts two inputs in HD-SDI and component formats. The HDE-2S-QAM is expected to ship in 2Q/2011.The SD/AV10E-QAM (SD encoder) is a 10:1 encoder and multiplexer that accepts up to 10 inputs in SD-SDI and NTSC audio/video formats, digitizes and MPEG-2 encodes each input, and multiplexes the resulting 10 streams into one QAM output. The encoder supports Dolby Digital AC-3 encoding and closed captioning, and is equipped with an EAS interface.