07.31.2006 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Multidyne offers new fiber-optic links

At the upcoming IBC2006 conference, MultiDyne will introduce several new solutions for signal processing and transmission. New products include:

  • the DTV-4000, a four-channel SDI with 16 audio or eight AES fiber-optic link;
  • the DTV-250 analog and digital audio multiplexer/demultiplexer for SD;
  • the RGB-5000-SXGA, a low-cost RGB/SXGA on a single fiber;
  • the EOS-4000 electro-optical switch for transparent, point-to-multipoint switching; and
  • HDM-2000 HDMI fiber-optic extension cables

Among the new products within the DTV-4000 series:

  • the DTV-4200, a four-channel SDI and 16 audio or eight AES/SPDIF channels audio fiber-optic link, provides high-quality performance with built-in SDI frame synchronizers;
  • the DVM-4200, a four video and 16 audio channel fiber-optic link; and
  • the DVM-8200, and eight video and 32 audio channel fiber-optic link.

A one rack-unit, modular tray will house up to three DVM-4200, DVM-8200 or DIM-8200 cards.

For more information, visit http://r29.vresp.com/?MULTIDYNEVideoFiberO/f716895f9e/647137/bc04994e62/7a363d7/.

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