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05.19.2004
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Brick House Video’s Neptune dual SDI frame synchronizer makes U.S. debut


The Neptune can be configured as two fully independent channels or as an intelligent switch that selects the best input based on criteria determined by the operator.

Brick House Video has unveiled the Neptune dual SDI frame synchronizer.

Neptune is composed of two fully independent SDI framestore synchronizers in a 1RU chassis. It was designed with standard 10-bit SDI inputs and a range of analog and digital input options for flexible signal acquisition. SDI and composite analog (monitoring) outputs are included as standard.

The unit can be configured as two fully independent channels or as an intelligent switch that selects the best input based on criteria determined by the operator. In dual (redundant) path applications, the dual frame architecture allows a disturbance-free transition from a failing signal to a good signal.

For more information, please visit: www.brickhousevideo.com.

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