02.28.2007 08:00 AM
Network Electronics to unveil Flashlink AV-SD-XMUX

Network Electronics will launch the Flashlink AV-SD-XMUX for studio, OB and mobile applications at NAB2007.

The company's new audio/video AV-SD-XMUX audio embedder/de-embedder will bring additional audio processing functionality and flexibility to the Flashlink line. Aimed at the professional broadcast market, the AV-SD-XMUX embeds and de-embeds AES audio streams in the video stream and can be equipped with high-performance optical fiber interfaces.

Its ability to embed and de-embed four AES signals simultaneously and daisy chain up to eight AES signals simplifies operations and reduces the inventory of traditionally required spares.

Features include:

  • Built-in 18x16 AES router with four individual audio delay lines;
  • AES inputs with sample rate conversion from 30kHz to 200kHz;
  • Interoperability with all other Flashlink SDI/AES embedders and de-embedders.

For more information, visit www.network-electronics.com.



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