With the migration from SDI to IP infrastructures in full swing across the industry, broadcast engineers tasked with setting up these internal networks are looking for new ways to perform signal processing in the easiest and most cost-effective way.
V-Nova and NGCodec have announced the development of a joint FPGA encoding solution. The solution will deliver best-in-class UHD video bitrates and encoding cost reductions up to fifty times (50x) when compared against software HEVC - solution running on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Merging Technologies leadership in Audio over IP technology continues at IBC 2017. The company focus now moves the discovery and management of audio networks with ANEMAN, which is now included in the latest version of Pyramix.
A new range of television sets will be unveiled at the upcoming 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, NV in January. Along with high dynamic range (HDR), OLED displays and much larger screens, TV set manufacturers will be eager to grab a larger portion of viewer’s wallets with these f
Semitech Corporations announced that its 12G UHD-SDI interface solutions will be integrated into next-generation UHDTV productions from Panasonic, a leading supplier of imaging technology for the broadcast and production industries.
Demonstrating their SDI IP integration at InterBEE 2016, Omnitek will be utilizing Image Matters ORIGAMI Ecosystem to show the power of their IP solutions, and the ability to future proof designs by taking advantage of ORIGAMI’s licensing model.
Fairview Microwave has introduced a line of IQ Mixers that offer high levels of image rejection and sideband suppression. Six new models of IQ mixers include RF and LO frequency bands ranging from 4 GHz to 38 GHz and In-Phase and Quadrature IF bandwidths that range from DC to 4.5 GHz.
The GS12070 features single-chip UHD-SDI rate conversion and enables equipment manufacturers and broadcasters to take a standards-based, commercial off-the-shelf approach to UHDTV infrastructures, minimizing the risk of interoperability issues.
RTW is now offering a new hardware-based audio processor, called the APRO-CLC01 for Continuous Loudness Control (CLC) that is designed for integrators looking to add loudness processing to their system designs.