09.15.2005 11:25 AM
Broadcast Engineering World Edition announces IBC Pick Hits winners

Broadcast Engineering World Edition is proud to unveil the winners of its IBC2005 Pick Hits award. The award was handed out for the first time at IBC this year. Twenty winners were chosen as having the top products and services at the conference. Pick Hits winners, similar to the award given annually at the NAB conference in Las Vegas, are determined by an elite group of judges who are actively involved in the broadcast, production, cable or satellite industries. Check out the Broadcast Engineering World Edition November issue for complete coverage.

And the winners are…

Company Product
Amino AmniNET 124 Ethernet set top box
Blackmagic Design Multibridge, bi-directional video converters
Convergent Design HD Connect LE, HDV to HD-SDI converter
Createcna and Motorola 3G NEWS, 3G Mobile video transmission system
Dektec DTU-245 portable ASI/SDI I/O adapter
DNF Controls Analyst RS422/RS232 tester
Electronic Cinematography Company Cine-One 24p optical lens Converters
Electronic Visuals iPal portable test signal generator
Frontniche Vutrix Dual 7in HD-SDI flat screen display
Hamlet Flexiscope, portable test system
HHB FlashMic, digital recording microphone
Lynx PTG 3610D Video/audio test generator
Mediornet Mediornet, modular optical network
Network Electronics AV-HDXMUX audio embedder/de- embedder modules
Quantel Newsbox
Panasonic AG-HVX200 HD camera
Renegade Labs Blue 328 Digital audio mixer
Techno-Trend TT TV- Stick, USB DVB TV receiver
Vqual Cerify, automated file-based digital video QC platform
WEVI Cam-wave, Wi-Fi camera link

Pick Hits winners may download logos by clicking here.

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