12.01.2005 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
360 Systems compensates for time-zone differences

360 Systems is now delivering the PAL version of its 2470 broadcast time delay for television.

Designed to compensate for time zone differences encountered in the delivery of video content, the 2470 can be programmed to any time interval required, from 20 seconds to more than 24 hours. It is well suited for use in the transmission of content to different time zones, as well as for local broadcasters who want to delay program feeds for broadcast at a specific local time.

The 2470’s advanced feature set includes embedded audio, AES/EBU and analog audio, SDI and composite video, and all VBI data. The 2470 is capable of maintaining single-frame accuracy over an infinite time period. Its multi-drive RAID array guards against program loss. The unit is able to restart itself in the event of power loss, without user intervention.

For more information, visit www.360systems.com.

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