11.06.2009 10:50 AM
On Call Communications featured IP-based SNG at SATCON 2009

Engineers and operations professionals had the chance to test various encoding rates with IP video encoders and decoders in HD and SD MPEG-4 using a live camera at the On Call Communications exhibit during SATCON 2009, Oct. 14-15, in New York City.

The video encoders were integrated into the 96cm QuickSPOT satellite newsgathering (SNG) system, a compact configuration designed for use on small SUV's or mobile newsgathering operations.

The IP-based system includes Internet access and IFB-compatible voice lines for a complete communications system. SD systems are upgradeable to HD.

QuickSPOT’s automatic setup allows a non-technical operator to be on-air and ready to transmit broadcast-quality video within five minutes of arrival on the scene.



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