The MicroLite2 wireless system is one of IMT’s flagship wireless solutions.
xG Technology companies IMT and Vislink will explain and demonstrate a wide array of leading-edge wireless camera transmitters and satellite solutions at this year’s IBC.
IMT and Vislink will share a common stand at IBC. On display will be the MicroLite 2, HCAM and IMTDragonFly wireless camera transmitters, the Vislink AirPro 75Ka two-axis motorized driveaway antenna system and additional broadcast products.
The IMT Solutions MicroLite 2 system is an easily portable professional-grade COFDM HD wireless camera transmission link capable of providing high-quality video at distances over two miles, line-of-sight. IMT’s COFDM technology ensures the transmission of uninterrupted, live TV pictures over long ranges, despite the effects of foliage, challenging terrain, buildings and other common non-line-of-sight limitations.
HCAM is the most widely deployed HEVC 4K UHD wireless transmitter on the market today. It supports applications such as ENG and live sports. It features user-interchangeable RF modules and a range of software options – including the capability to be HDR Ready. With highly flexible and configurable mounting options and intuitive video interfaces, the unit can be mounted to broadcast cameras, ENG cameras and prosumer cameras.
The IMTDragonFly delivers up to 100mW of power in a package weighing less than 1.2 ounces/34 grams.
The IMTDragonFly is a miniature transmitter designed to capture real-time, high-quality video from unmanned air and ground vehicles, bodycams and concealments for display on fixed or mobile receive devices. The transmitter features HD/SD-SDI or optional HDMI inputs with COFDM transmission in a small, lightweight chassis. It provides long range, reliable HD video transmission.
The AirPro 75Ka is a small, lightweight, low-cost, single-button deployment IP satellite data terminal for use with Eutelsat’s Tooway service. The AirPro-75 features a fully motorized, driveaway antenna system and a 75cm Ka-Band antenna. The terminal can be roof-mounted to any vehicle and makes an instant broadband connection possible anywhere. The antenna is controlled using the Web interface built into the controller. The system is designed for use by non-technical people and operation is simply a matter of opening the app and selecting “deploy.”
“For over 30 years, IMT and Vislink have been known around the world for providing broadcast professionals with premium products in terms of performance, reliability and adaptability,” says David Robins, global Sales Director for Vislink. “We have a history of being at the forefront of video technology advancements, and our HCAM 4K wireless camera systems represent our latest innovation. IBC is the perfect venue for us to highlight our extensive solutions for collecting and delivering secure, high-quality video from live news, sporting and entertainment events.”
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