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07.24.2003
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Harris to unveil an array of new products at IBC2003

Harris will debut new products in network access, automation, digital transmission technology, studios, and systems at the upcoming IBC2003, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 12-16 September, Stand 8.291



The NetVX allows video, audio and data to be transported over ATM or IP networks - including E-3 and DS-3 microwave networks.

On display will be the NetVX. The NetVX allows video, audio and data to be transported over ATM or IP networks - including E-3 and DS-3 microwave networks. It supports all standard telecommunications protocols and can fit in any part of a network. It is available with MPEG-2 encoding and decoding and transport stream demultiplexing and remultiplexing modules. Two sizes of systems are available: the five-rack unit system that can accommodate up to 17 software modules, and the 1RU starter system that can handle three modules.

The Harris Resource Suite, an ingest-to-air workflow automation system, will also be unveiled at the show. The HRS brings together everything a broadcaster needs to automate labour-intensive processes, eliminate duplication of efforts, integrate asset management and archive systems, and share media seamlessly throughout the enterprise.

Other highlights will include a broad range of DVB-T transmission equipment, incorporating the latest model in the SPOT family-SPOT-T, a low-power DVB-T transmitter, and a new second-generation DVB-T modulator/exciter, the V-SFN2.

For more information visit www.broadcast.harris.com.

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