Telecast Fiber Systems to feature new Thunder fiber-optic transport

Thunder requires only one or two strands of fiber to transport up to 80 bi-directional channels of audio, data, and/or intercom signals.
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Telecast Fiber Systems will debut Thunder, a compact and versatile fiber-optic solution for transporting broadcast signals, at IBC2012.

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For OB, broadcast, infrastructure and live sound applications, Thunder requires only one or two strands of fiber to transport up to 80 bi-directional channels of audio, data and/or intercom signals, configurable in up to 10 eight-channel blocks.

Rows of 16 XLR and DB9 connectors also can be added to provide traditional audio, intercom and data interfaces. In addition, the system can be equipped with a portable, throwdown Stage Box offering 32 analog inputs, eight analog outputs and two intercom channels in a hardened, ruggedized enclosure.

Telecast Fiber Systems also will feature the Terrapin TR-D6, a compact bidirectional throwdown device that features both a fiber optic (ST) input and a copper (BNC) input, as well as a fiber-optic output (ST) and six copper (BNC) outputs.

See Belden at IBC2012 Stand 10.B39.