08.04.2004 12:00 PM
BBC News adds to satellite fleet with DSNG 10 from Megahertz

Cambridge-based integration specialist Megahertz Broadcast Systems has delivered DSNG vehicle 10, the latest addition to the BBC News fleet of DSNG vehicles.

The vehicle is based on a 7.5-ton LWB Mercedes Vario fitted with a 12kVA on-board generator and 39-foot pneumatic mast. The satellite system includes a five foot Swe-dish antenna fed with a fully redundant uplink chain.

Production facilities are provided for up to 11 cameras - three via Bi-ax CCUs, three via fiber, one via a radio link and the remainder via external inputs. The heart of the system is a Quartz routing matrix of 32x32 SDV and 64x32 audio.

There also is an eight-channel video switcher, an 11-channel audio mixer and a Trilogy 36-port talkback matrix.

The vehicle's first major assignment will be this month in Cyprus, where it will report from the Great Britain Olympic team's training headquarters.

For more information, please visit: www.megahertz.co.uk.

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