NEP’s BSI Creates Mini Tx UHD Wireless Video Transmitter

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HANOVER, Md.—Broadcast Sports International, a Broadcast Services Company of NEP Group, has launched the Mini Tx UHD, which it claims is the smallest UHD wireless video transmitter available on the market.

Measuring in at 85x56x28 millimeters, the Mini Tx UHD is designed to transmit two different frequency bands via its software-defined radio for on-site spectrum flexibility without the need for changeable radio modules. Despite its size, BSI says that the Mini Tx UHD has the traditional wireless video transmitter features, including pre-distortion, GPS, Wi-Fi and a three-axis accelerometer as standard, as well as a dual UHF receiver for robustness and flexible camera control.

Part of BSI’s RealFreedom family of wireless camera systems, the Mini Tx UHD offers camera control features via manufacturers’ RCPs, as well as remote control of all transmitter RF, audio and video parameters from the RealFreedom receive system.

The Mini Tx UHD also includes changeable connector panels for different applications, like a single UHD/HD video input, quad HD inputs or in-car CAN-Bus.

Additional features available with the Mini Tx UHD include video formats up to 2160p59; HEVC and AVC video encoding at 8/10-bit 4:2:2; up to 32 Mbps video bitrate; four channels of embedded SDI audio; two channels of analog audio; MPEG1L2 audio encoding; support for HDR; and Tx frequency options from 1.4 to 12 GHz.

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