Enhancements to Dejero CellSat, Dejero GateWay and Dejero EnGo to be shown in addition to its cloud-based management system.
Dejero is highlighting its CellSat solution, the new six modem GateWay router, and its latest EnGo mobile transmitter, which now supports up to 20Mb/s encoding.
Intended to provide greater reliability in situations where cellular networks are congested or limited, Dejero CellSat now includes a new midstream activation feature, simplifying switching between cellular-only and CellSat transmission paths. It does this without having to stop and restart the transmission.
“CellSat midstream activation puts greater cost control in the hands of broadcasters when contributing high-quality video content from the field,” says Kevin Fernandes, vp sales. “It blends cell connectivity from multiple mobile network carriers with Intelsat’s Ku-band IP satellite to provide the necessary bandwidth on demand while on location.”
CellSat can be deployed in newsgathering and field production vehicles, or with compact flyaway antenna systems.
The new GateWay M6E6 router is for high-throughput bidirectional data transport. Six embedded modems allows the use of SIMs from a greater number of mobile network providers, resulting in greater carrier diversity, boosting reliability and throughput. Now featuring six Ethernet ports, the GateWay router provides greater flexibility in connecting networking equipment and additional transmission paths, such as satellite. It was recently put through its paces by Team Sky during the Tour de France, where terrain, network congestion and weather has typically presented connectivity challenges.
As the broadcast industry shifts towards the HEVC video compression standard to efficiently transport high quality video from the field, the latest Dejero EnGo is equipped with increased processing power to boost overall performance and deliver enhanced picture quality.
Reliable and simple to use, EnGo is designed for mobile video contribution professionals who require agility and versatility. The EnGo is a compact mobile transmitter that encodes high-quality video and transmits over multiple IP networks to reliably deliver exceptional picture quality with extremely low latency—even in challenging network conditions. It can be mounted on a camera or in a vehicle and worn in a backpack.
In addition, the company will also demonstrate the latest updates and preview upcoming features to Dejero Control, its cloud-based management system.
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