Miranda is highlighting its new multi-channel, Quality of Experience (QoE) monitoring systems at Cable-Tec Expo, which allow operators to quickly identify and resolve complex audio and video errors before the customer calls. Miranda will also be highlighting its loudness control, and a new set-top box signal monitoring solution.

Miranda’s iControl end-to-end, Quality of Experience monitoring systems combine signal quality monitoring and SNMP network management functions to enable cable operators to assess the performance of their channels and associated infrastructure across entire networks.

Miranda will also be showcasing its new EdgeVision set-top box signal monitoring system, which provides advanced, remote probing and video/audio streaming of set-top box signals. It can be integrated tightly with iControl QoE monitoring, with automated cycling across hundreds of channels for large MSOs.

The company’s multi-channel Automatic Loudness Control (ALC) solutions enable cable operators to identify, normalize and prevent excessive audio level jumps between channels and commercial transitions, using real-time audio processing.

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