ABonAir’s Low-Latency 4K Wireless Links

ABonAir is unveiling a 7 msec delay 4K wireless for broadcast system, claiming it as a world first.

Demos for the new 4K wireless broadcast system from ABonAir are by pre-scheduled invitation only and will be facilitated by VidOvation.

Features include: the ability to switch between multiple live cameras with no lip sync issues; H.264 compression; uses free, unlicensed frequencies; can be used with any camera and any video format; works over 3km/2miles.

It is available as a 1U or portable receiver and includes intercom, IFB, camera control and paint.

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