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02.24.2005
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Harris to introduce HD encoder for NetVX


The new NetVX MPEG-2 HD Encoder is a single module that plugs into the compact 5RU or 1RU NetVX chasses.

Harris’ Broadcast Communications Division will unveil high-definition capability for its NetVX integrated high-speed networking platform at NAB2005.

Supporting fast-growing demands for high-definition content, the new NetVX MPEG-2 HD Encoder is contained on a single module that plugs into the compact (5RU or 1RU "starter system") NetVX chasses.

The HD Encoder supports multiple HD video formats, including 1080i/29.97, 720p/59.94, and 1080i/25 and both standard 4:2:0 and 4:2:2 professional profiles. The MPEG-2 HD Encoder will ship in May. Its plug-and-play design ensures easy upgradeability of NetVX systems already in operation.

A second enhancement will be a Transrating Transport Stream Multiplexer (TMX) module. Fully integrated with the NetVX multi-service video networking platform, the Transrating TMX allows content providers and broadcasters to optimize bandwidth usage while maintaining full video quality.

For more information, visit booths C3612A and C1907 or go to www.broadcast.harris.com.

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