Harris to unveil an array of new products at IBC2003

On display at IBC will be the NetVX, the Harris Resource Suite and a broad range of DVB-T transmission equipment.
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Harris will debut new products in network access, automation, digital transmission technology, studios, and systems at the upcoming IBC2003, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 12-16 September, Stand 8.291


The NetVX allows video, audio and data to be transported over ATM or IP networks - including E-3 and DS-3 microwave networks.

On display will be the NetVX. The NetVX allows video, audio and data to be transported over ATM or IP networks - including E-3 and DS-3 microwave networks. It supports all standard telecommunications protocols and can fit in any part of a network. It is available with MPEG-2 encoding and decoding and transport stream demultiplexing and remultiplexing modules. Two sizes of systems are available: the five-rack unit system that can accommodate up to 17 software modules, and the 1RU starter system that can handle three modules.

The Harris Resource Suite, an ingest-to-air workflow automation system, will also be unveiled at the show. The HRS brings together everything a broadcaster needs to automate labour-intensive processes, eliminate duplication of efforts, integrate asset management and archive systems, and share media seamlessly throughout the enterprise.

Other highlights will include a broad range of DVB-T transmission equipment, incorporating the latest model in the SPOT family-SPOT-T, a low-power DVB-T transmitter, and a new second-generation DVB-T modulator/exciter, the V-SFN2.

For more information visit www.broadcast.harris.com.

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