10.13.2006 11:43 AM
NMT chooses Cheetah routers

National Mobile Television (NMT) has selected QuStream to provide PESA audio and video routing equipment valued at $1.7 million for its newest production truck series.

NMT will install the Cheetah DRS distributed audio router configured at 1472 x 1728, as well as two Cheetah video routers, configured at 304 X 304 and 672 X 848, framed in PESA’s new 864XR 41RU single chassis.

The order also includes the Cheetah integrated CWDM fiber units to allow easy setup and communication between the three trucks that make up the production unit.

For more information, visit: www.pesa.com and www.forteldtv.com.



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