09.07.2006 08:00 AM
Link Research to roll out wireless camera fiber-optic interface

At IBC2006, Link Research will highlight its new fiber-optic interface units that allow antennas and downconverters to be located farther away from an OB site and linked back to their receivers via fiber-optic cable.

The fiber-optic remote units supply power to the downconverters and can be configured for two- or four-input systems. The remote units are self-powering up to 1.24mi using SMPTE HDTV hybrid fiber cables and come in a weatherproof housing for outdoor use.

The fiber-optic interface units can be used with other Link equipment to operate cellular newsgathering networks for wireless cameras in cities.

See Link Research at IBC2006 stand 1.161 or visit: www.linkres.co.uk.



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