04.19.2006 03:09 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
MultiDyne to introduce DTV-4000 SDI fiber optic link

MultiDyne will roll out several new products at NAB2006, including the new DTV-4000 four-channel SDI serial digital video fiber optic link with 16 audio channels.

Other new offerings include:

  • DTV-250 analog and digital audio multiplexer and de-multiplexer for SDI serial digital video;
  • The RGB-5000-DC RGB/UXG high-resolution video and graphics fiber optic link, the RGB-5000-CWDM 18 channel CWDM fiber optic link and the RGB-500-ET RGB/UXGA fiber link with 10-BaseT Ethernet and data support;
  • The EOS-4000 Electro-Optical Switch for point-to-multi-point switching, providing the ability to switch any fiber optic video signal from IP to HD-SDI.
  • The DVI-3000 DVI fiber optic transport link, which provides a transport solution for high resolution, DVI digital video sources via four fibers with a maximum transmission distance of 2296ft.
  • The DVM-3500 short-haul video and four channel data fiber link with integrated video test signals and self diagnostics.
See MultiDyne at NAB2006 in booth SU1729, or visit www.multidyne.com.

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