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07.27.2009
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Miranda shows new 3Gb/s HD/SD gear at BIRTV 2009

Miranda Technologies will show its new 3 Gb/s HD/SD products at BIRTV 2009 in Beijing, China, beginning Aug. 26. These include the Kaleido-X16 multiviewer, NVISION Enterprise Class routers and the NV5100MC master control switcher.

The LGK-3901 modular channel branding processor, iControl PM multichannel playout monitoring and XVP-3901 up-, down- and crossconverter with advanced audio processing will also be shown.

The Kaleido-X16 multiviewer is ideal for use within control rooms and mobile applications. Designed for 3Gb/s 3D and HD/SD/analog video, it delivers a high level of image quality, extreme layout flexibility and tight router integration. All this comes from a compact 1RU chassis, with 16 inputs, two multiviewer outputs and a 16 x 2 router.

The NVISION Enterprise Class 3Gb/s HD/SD routers feature exceptional resilience, scalability and integration. They are designed for dependability, with full power supply, controller and crosspoint redundancy. Available in sizes up to 1152 x 1152 video inputs, they provide unmatched signal path integrity for improved return loss and cable length performance.

The NV5100MC is a fully featured 3Gb/s HD/SD master control switcher designed for national and regional broadcasters. It offers a wide choice of control panels, tight router integration and versatile multichannel audio control with Dolby E decoding. For advanced branding graphics and workflows, the switcher can be paired with the Intuition XG graphics co-processor.


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