02.06.2003 12:00 AM
PESA's Cheetah Goes Mobile
PESA has supplied its Cheetah routing switcher to All Mobile Video (AMV) in New York for its "Crossroads" mobile production truck.

The AMV truck holds a Cheetah 128 x 128 SD with new PESA DAC cards on all available outputs. These cards "piggyback" onto existing cards within the frame, allowing the AMV to continue using their analog video monitors. There are also two PESA Tiger 144 a 180 analog video frames and one Tiger 144 x 144 audio frame with two levels of AES and stereo audio.


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