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09.28.2007
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Telecast Fiber Systems video transport designed for announce booth

Telecast Fiber Systems has announced the latest addition to its DiamondBack II video multiplexer line, the DiamondBack 4x4, which can handle four bidirectional NTSC/PAL channels, plus private, dedicated 10/100 Ethernet connectivity. It also supports the company’s Adder line of audio, intercom and data multiplexers.

Packaged in a 1RU frame, the DiamondBack 4x4 is a lightweight multiplexer that allows the transport of video, audio, data and intercom channels on a single optical fiber. It was specifically designed for handling broadcast announce-booth feeds, courtesy and utility video, and monitoring feeds.

With bidirectional transport comes the ability to provide a 10Mb/s to 100Mb/s Ethernet connection, which is increasingly important as networks expand their use of IP infrastructures for live scoring — to support coverage of golf, auto racing or for streaming broadcasts. Support for the coaxial input and output that is a part of every Telecast Adder audio multiplexing system further reduces the amount of fiber required for a broadcast and makes the DiamondBack 4x4 a complete trunk link for all signals.

The system features an optional integrated optical switch that provides for full optical redundancy. Dual DC power inputs allow for electrical redundancy. Each TX video input has a loop output, and each RX video has dual outputs, minimizing the need for additional video DAs. A front-panel display indicates the received optical power. All video sources can be monitored from a convenient front-panel BNC.

For more information, visit www.telecast-fiber.com.



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