08.15.2011 04:00 PM
Axon Set to Lift Wraps on New Routing System at IBC

AMSTERDAM: Axon is all set to demonstrate its new super-compact 40x40 routing system that handles a wide range of video signals. The SynCross router accommodates SD and HD video up to 3 Gbps, as well as ASI/DVB and SSI/SMPTE-310. The routing system can be supplied in a configuration as small as eight inputs, and occupying 1RU, up to a full 40x40 configuration that fits into a 5RU space. The SynCross can be controlled via Cortex control panel or via the Ethernet, and an RS-422 interface is provided from control by a user’s automation system.

The new router is designed to provide routing for many broadcast-related applications, including master control and monitoring, and is designed to work with both electrical and optical video signals.

Axon will be at stands 10.B21 and 10.A21.



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