04.01.2005 08:00 AM
BCI enhances ScreenLink fiber transport with HD support

Broadata Communications has enhanced its ScreenLink fiber optic transport system by adding the ability to deliver HD video with tri-level synchronization as well as SD video with bi-level synchronization.

The ScreenLink now supports both the HD and SD specifications as well as computer RGB video applications. This functionality provides complete support for high-level graphics cards at all output resolutions. This product development was motivated by the widespread adoption of HD video standards in the broadcast studio and digital signage marketplaces. Although the ScreenLink is designed for remote, multimedia video presentation applications, it is equally suited for any high resolution imaging applications, including medical or professional audio video.

For more information, visit www.broadatacom.com.

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