Ideal for Any HD or SD Video Operation
Las Vegas, NV, March 20, 2009 – Nucomm, soon to be part of The Vitec Group’s RF Extreme, LLC and a leading provider of digital and analog microwave systems for the broadcast industry, common carrier, cable, government, military and international marketplace, is featuring its signature GoPac 2 multi-function portable COFDM transmit system at NAB 2009 (Booth C3707). Designed to deliver the highest quality HD or SD video coverage, the GoPac 2 is based on Nucomm’s award-winning CamPac 2 wireless camera transmitter. Its package brings the exciting new technology, expanding the capabilities of any video transmission operations.
Offering features such as integrated HD/SD MPEG2 encoding with low latency, dual pedestal, variable bandwidth COFDM (5 to 16 MHz), multi-band operation (2/7 GHz), variable RF output to 5 watts and remote control via a removable front panel, the GoPac 2 brings a new level of versatility to a microwave transmit system.
The GoPac 2 consists of the CamPac 2 wireless camera transmitter and its companion
GoPac 2 amplifier docking station. The CamPac 2 can be used as a wireless camera transmitter or attached via a standard Anton/Bauer or Sony V-Clip connection to the GoPac 2 amplifier, where it can be operated on a tripod or in a news vehicle transmitting up to 5 watts. The system is fitted into a small portable carry case and can be quickly removed and set up as required, converting virtually any car, truck or motorcycle into a transmit vehicle.
The GoPac 2 can be configured for either HD or SD operation; the HD version functions in HD or SD modes. The unit accepts a variety of video input formats, including SDI, HD SDI, component and composite, as well as DVB-ASI for repeating applications.
For HD use, the GoPac 2 supports 720p and 1080i encoding, in either 4:2:0 or 4:2:2 mode. Various audio arrangements are supported, with dual audio inputs, configurable from mic to line level, or as AES/EBU digital audio. Audio levels are easily set using the programmable gain and displayed on the color TFT display as digital VU meters.
For operating ease and flexibility, the GoPac 2 can be remotely controlled via RS-232/RS-485 using a PDA or a PC. The control panel can be removed allowing remote control from up to 100 feet away.
For more information about the Nucomm or the GoPac 2, email Nucomm at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the sales department at 908-852-3700.
Nucomm is a worldwide provider of premier digital and analog video microwave systems (including COFDM and VSB) for the broadcasting industry’s portable and fixed link applications. Offering video microwave transmission equipment for the military, law enforcement, telecom and cable television circuits, Nucomm’s products have helped revolutionize live broadcast coverage of major outdoor events including sports, auto racing, marathons and parades. Nucomm, along with RF Central and Microwave Service Company, forms The Vitec Group
RF Extreme business unit, part of The Vitec Group Broadcast Systems Division. For more information about Nucomm, visit www.nucomm.com.
About The Vitec Group plc
The Vitec Group plc is acknowledged as a global leader in the supply of equipment and services to the broadcasting, entertainment and photographic industries and has established a reputation for technical excellence and superior engineering along with an astute business strategy which has seen it grow by acquisition. Innovation is a cornerstone of the Group’s activities and the organization is committed to a policy of continuous product development. With revenues (2007) of $546m (£274m) and over 2200 employees world-wide, its products are distributed in almost 100 countries, through a strong, fully-resourced distribution network or direct to the end user or corporate customer. More information can be found at www.vitecgroup.com.
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