09.17.2009 10:48 AM
MultiDyne Video features DVI-6000

MultiDyne Video and Fiber Optic introduced the DVI-6000, designed for transport of DVI-I, RGB-HV and DVI-D over one fiber, at IBC2009.

The DVI-6000 can offer SMPTE-compliant data transport and convert all formats into an SMPTE-compliant, 3G optical and electrical transport stream. This 3G data stream can be distributed through any standard 3G HD/SDI routing switcher. The DVI-6000 also enables crossconversion from RGB, DVI and VGA to 3G HD-SDI transport, with loop-through DVI-I inputs and dual DVI-I outputs featuring a throughput bandwidth of 3.75Gb/s for non-SMPTE or 2.97Gb/s for SMPTE.



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