System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. at DotNetNuke.Framework.DefaultPage.OnLoad(EventArgs e) in e:\websites\tvtechnology.com\public_html\Default.aspx.cs:line 791 QuStream introduces 3G-SDI four-port fiber extender | TvTechnology

QuStream introduces 3G-SDI four-port fiber extender

January 18, 2009

QuStream has introduced QFX Quadbox, part of the newly developed QFX fiber extender series. QuStream’s QFX Quadbox modules are copper-to-fiber conversion modules that provide increased port density per module and total routing system cost savings.

The modules support up to four SDI, HD-SDI or 3G-SDI signals using a 3Gb/s optical transport per fiber port. Using two SFP duplex small form-factor pluggable modules, the units provide broadcast-quality coax to fiber transmission paths in a single box or optional 1RU frame setup. The QFX Quadbox is compliant with SMPTE 259M-C, 292M, 372M and 424M, ensuring highly flexible and reliable media conversion for any application.

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Each QFX Quadbox module allows HD video with or without embedded audio and data as well as DVI-ASI. Because the Quadbox series is based on a fiber transport, each signal is immune to video interference over the entire length of the fiber interconnect. Either single- or multimode cabling is supported. When using singlemode, the QFX Quadbox can support distances up to 10km and up to 600m with multimode, using industry-compliant LC connectors. The QFX Quadbox fiber system is the lowest total cost solution for converting copper-based signals to fiber-based transmission paths and works exceptionally well with all of QuStream’s line of HD router systems. Up to four QFX modules can be loaded in a 1RU frame with support for redundant power.

For more information, visit www.QuStream.com.

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