04.07.2009 02:25 PM
Utah Scientific rolls out new UTAH-100 series

Utah Scientific has launched the UTAH-100 series of small routers, distribution amplifiers and similar products for smaller broadcasters and non-broadcast facilities that require analog and digital video and audio signal routing.

Priced to appeal to resellers and system integrators, the UTAH-100 series includes fixed-frame and modular routers and distribution amplifiers for signal types ranging from analog to the 3G HD format. The routers are available in fixed-frame sizes of 8 x 8 and 16 x 16 with 1RU and 2RU modular frames that support routers sized up to 16 x 16 and 32 x 32, respectively.

Featured products in the new series offer eight four-output distribution amplifiers for analog or all-digital signal formats in a compact 1RU package. The new series also includes a full-featured sync and test signal generator.



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