08.13.2007 03:24 PM
South Dakota Public Broadcasting turns to Utah Scientific for HD upgrade

South Dakota Public Broadcasting (SDPB) has chosen a UTAH-400 series SD/HD routing switcher along with an SC-4 routing control system and MC-2020 master control switcher as part of a master control room upgrade to HD at its statewide broadcast facility in Vermillion, SD.

The station wanted a compact 1RU panel to provide full X-Y control because rack space was at a premium. Besides the UCP-1 panel and the UTAH-400 router (V-144 frame loaded 88 x 88 SDI and 16 x 16 HD), SDPB purchased Utah's MC-2020 master control switcher with two SD and HD processor channels and an SC-4 control system.

The control system will interface with a Quest Research & Development Q-Alert system, which automatically generates storm alerts. Q-Alert interfaces with a variety of graphics platforms including Utah Scientific's GPI-controlled MC-2020 master control switcher.

For more information, visit www.utahscientific.com.



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