11.09.2006 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
MultiDyne launches nine-bit fiber-optic links

MultiDyne has introduced the DVM-1000 Series of fiber-optic links for video, audio and data:

  • The DVM-1000 nine-bit video and 24-bit audio fiber-optic link supports one video, two audio and three data channels.
  • The DVM-1500 bi-directional video, audio and data fiber-optic link supports one video, four audio and four data channels bi-directionally over one fiber. The video signal-to-noise ratio is greater than 62dB.
  • The DVM-2700 supports two video, up to four audio and four simplex data channels. The DVM-2700 is available with support for S-video.

For more information, contact www.multidyne.com.



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