DVEO cellular modem uses H.264 to provide live HD links

Lightweight DEVO mobile backpack cellular modem H.264 encoder is a news person’s best friend for breaking news.

The DVEO H.264 encoder enables streaming direct from HD-SDI Cameras. The mobile backpack H.264/HD-SDI Kit is lightweight at 8.6 lbs./3.9 kg. Designed for H.264 streaming, it transmits HD-SDI, SDI, or HDMI video via live wireless video and data transmission, using bonded 3G and 4G mobile network connections.

It bundles up to eight mobile network channels from one or more operators into a single broadband channel for ENG applications as well as for longer-term live events. The system ships with a matching decoder and a custom made backpack.

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