05.23.2003 12:00 PM
Miranda offers new incoming feed processor modules

Miranda Technologies has expanded its line of Imaging Series interfacing modules with the new UVP-101i universal video processor/synchronizer and the UAP-712i dual universal audio processor. Both modules can accept any type of digital or analog signal.



Both UVP-101i and UAP-712i modules are compatible with Miranda’s new 1-RU Quartet 2 and the 4-RU Symphonie frames, which can accommodate up to four or 16 modules, respectively.

The UVP-101i features composite and SDI (with embedded AES) inputs allowing a single module to be used with either analog or digital incoming feed signals. The analog input’s decoder can handle a variety of decoding modes, including 1D, 2D, and 3D, and the built-in synchronizer can be used to lock remote feeds to a local reference or to delay video signals by up to four frames. The integrated proc-amp provides a wide range of video level adjustments, as well as AGC and TBC functionality.

The UAP-712i dual-universal audio processor is a 24-bit analog and digital audio processor that can process two stereo analog channels or two AES audio inputs, allowing each channel to be swapped, phase inverted, muted, summed, and level adjusted. The module features two delay elements: a user-adjustable fixed delay and a video tracking delay typically linked to the Miranda UVP-101i video processing/synchronizer module. The UAP-712i’s digital outputs can be locked to an external reference signal such as video, AES, or a word clock.

Both UVP-101i and UAP-712i modules are compatible with Miranda’s new 1-RU Quartet 2 and the 4-RU Symphonie frames, which can accommodate up to four or 16 modules, respectively. The modules can be controlled from the card edge by Miranda’s RCP-100 1-RU remote control panel and by the company’s iControl-Web networked remote control and monitoring system.

For more information visit www.miranda.com.

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