11.06.2002 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
PESA Provides router for Game Creek Video mobile truck

The new Cheetah 448 Flexi-Frame accommodates a variety of input and output configurations.

PESA recently shipped its Cheetah 448 Flexi-Frame routing switcher to Game Creek Video for its new, state-of-the-art 53-foot expanding mobile production truck named “Southern Cross.”

The new Cheetah 448 Flexi-Frame accommodates a variety of input and output configurations.

Housed in a space efficient 27 RU frame, the Game Creek Cheetah is configured as an SD video router with 192 inputs and 384 outputs. To maximize the effectiveness of the Cheetah, 288 outputs were fitted with Cheetah’s internal 10-bit, broadcast quality D to A piggyback cards providing both cost and space savings advantages for analog routing and monitoring.

With the addition of Southern Cross, Game Creek Video expands its fleet to include seven production units and five “B” units for coverage of sporting events held across the United States.

For more information visit www.pesa.com.

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