03.17.2004 12:00 PM
New portable uplink system takes lightweight to a whole new level

Advent Communications, a Vislink company, will introduce a new modular satellite uplink that provides data transmission, high-speed Internet and two-way communication with the studio and MPEG-2 video and audio transport.

Four modules make up EXOS. Each weighs about 6.6 pounds and is built for demanding field and transportation conditions.

The modules include:

  • Data bridge module with broadband IP modem offering always-on connectivity for file transfer, telephone, two way talk-back and video-over-IP option;

  • Video exciter module, an MPEG-2 DVB-S standard 4:2:0/4:2:2 encoder/modulator/upconverter;

  • Satfinder module with integral GPS receiver, compass, and satellite position calculation software;

  • RF power amplifier units in C, Ku or DBS band from 5 watts solid-state to 400W power.

Avent Communications will make the formal introduction of EXOS at the NAB2004 next month.

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

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