08.03.2006 08:00 AM
Multidyne to roll out SDI/audio fiber transport

Multidyne will unveil the DTV-4200 4-channel SDI and audio fiber-optic transport and the DTV-250 analog and digital audio multiplexer and demultiplexer for serial digital video at IBC2006.

The DTV-4200 4-channel SDI and audio fiber-optic transport delivers high-quality performance with built-in SDI frame synchronizers. The system supports four SDI, 16 audio or eight AES/SPDIF channels. The unit is also available in other configurations, including:

  • DVM-4200: A four-video and 16-audio channel fiber-optic link
  • DVM-8200: An eight-video and 32-audio channel fiber-optic link

A one rack-unit, modular tray can house up to three DVM-4200, DVM-8200 or DVM-8200 cards.

The DTV-250 digital audio multiplexer and demultiplexer supports four channels of analog audio or two stereo AES/SPDIF channels per card. Multiple cards can be cascaded to support up to 16 audio channels per SDI stream.

The system supports 143, 177, 270, 360 and 540Mb/s serial digital video and 24-bit audio at 48KHz. The DTV-250 offers up to eight channels of RS232, RS422, RS485 or CMOS/TTL in the analog audio mode. The system plugs into the Multidyne UTIL-200-DVM utility tray.

See Multidyne at IBC2006 stand 2.116, or visit: www.multidyne.com.

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