02.21.2006 04:35 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Dome Productions uses Leitch HD conversion technology

Dome Production's purchase of Leitch X75 M-PATH multiple-path products are controlled by NUCLEUS, a user-configurable real-time control panel.
Harris has announced that its Leitch HD conversion technology has been selected by Toronto’s Dome Productions for a new HD truck scheduled to be completed by April 2006.

The sale includes Harris’ Leitch X75 M-PATH multiple-path up-, down-, cross converter/synchronizers; a variety of modules in the Leitch NEO XHD series of modular HD up-, down-, and cross converters; and the new Leitch 6800+ series of HD monitoring downconverters with the minimum delay option.

The products will be controlled by NUCLEUS, a user-configurable real-time control panel designed to centralize the operational control of processing, branding and routing products.

Harris Videotek test and measurement products will monitor signal transmission. The sale includes some of the newest products in Harris’ HD/SD test and measurement portfolio, including the Videotek TVM-950HD multiformat HD/SD-SDI monitor with eye pattern, Videotek TVM-900 multi-format HD/SD-SDI video and audio signal analyzer, and Videotek TVM-850 multiformat SD-SDI video and audio signal analyzer.

For more information, visit www.harris.com.

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