Avateq's RF signal analyzers and monitoring receivers are cost-effective solutions for 24/7 transmitter signal quality monitoring.

New features:

  • In-Band Interference Monitoring
  • Echo Profile Monitoring


High quality measurements and a variety of tools allow broadcast engineers to analyze the performance of the transmitting system and anticipate necessary preventive actions to keep broadcasting on-air.


RF signal analyzers and monitoring receivers support SNMP and can be effortlessly integrated into exisitng Network Management Systems. For additional convenience, email notifications can be assigned to all alarms.

The system internally stores alarm and parameters history. Once downloaded, the files can be archived for further analysis.

Available Models:

Model Description Supported Standards
AVQ1020 A cost-effective solution to monitor the transmitter output. Standard 1U (19") rack-mountable unit. ATSC1.0, ATSC3.01,DVB-T/T2, DAB/DAB+, ISDB-T/Tb, DTMB, CMMB
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Off-air and satellite signal monitroing in addition to AVQ1020 functionality. Adjustable parameter refresh rate to optimize comminication link. Additional hardware options include a WiFi spot and a GPS receiver. Available as 1U (19") unit (AVQ1022) and in a portable casing (AVQ1022M). ATSC1.0, ATSC3.0, DVB-S/S2/S2X, DVB-T/T2, DAB/DAB+, ISDB-T/Tb, DTMB, CMMB
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NAB New York 2017


Javits Convention Center
October 18-19

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Oct 02, 2017

Detecting and monitoring inter-modulation products during spectrum reallocation

Stations might face unexpected problems related to inter-modulation interference during repack.
Sep 28, 2017

NAB Show New York - October 18-19, BOOTH N818

AVQ1020 and all new features will be presented at NAB Show New York, October 18-19. We invite you to visit our booth N818 for a demonstration. To schedule an appointment, click here.
Sep 05, 2017

In-band interference and DVB-CID decoding by AVQ1022DVBS

Even though signal interference in satellite broadcasting is a rare occurrence, it can be very costly to a satellite operator. Early identification of interference and its source should allow for a timely action to resolve the problem.
Aug 30, 2017

IBC2017 - Mark your calendar - September 16, 2017 @ 4:00 - 5:00 pm

Ontario Pavilion will host the Business Networking Reception at Stand 2.A41.