WESTFORD, MASS.—Artel Video Systems and Harman’s Studer are teaming up to enable the Artel InfinityLink broadcast media transport system to transport Studer A-Link audio data across fiber infrastructures.
A-Link, which is found in Studer’s Vista V and Vista X digital consoles, can use the InfinityLink to provide a digital audio interface for transmitting 1536 channels of “zero latency” digital audio that can be transported between remote sites and the mixing console at a studio. The system also features a return fiber, enabling return audio circuits, control and status to be connected over the same link.
The optical multiplexing features of InfinityLink enable several A-Link streams, along with video and Ethernet, to be multiplexed on a single fiber, offering remote coverage that includes video, audio, control and communications over a single fiber pair.
Both companies are showcasing the new collaboration at IBC2016.
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