The new AEON-CC
The latest in the DTC Domo Broadcast AEON line retains many of the features of the existing product, but with totally integrated camera control designed by Videosys.
DTC Domo's VP Sales JP Delport said, “AEON has been very successful since its launch last year, and its bi-directional control capabilities over IP using the SOLO8 SDR (software-defined radio) RF platform has proven very popular. However, as we continually evolve our products based on customer feedback, we have introduced an addition to the AEON range in the form of AEON-CC, which includes remote camera control capabilities using a camera control solution from Videosys that ensures compatibility with legacy cabling and connection systems from major camera manufacturers.”
The AEON range addresses the requirements of wireless 4K UHD by adopting H.265/HEVC, including MPEG-2 and H.264 for other applications, and its sub-100ms latency makes it useful for wireless 4K. The AEON-CC adds in camera control and return data channel capabilities.
Delport added, “Although the single-band AEON-CC is somewhat smaller physically and more streamlined in its feature set, it retains its power and will appeal to many who don’t necessarily require the full range of features. That approach will be very practical for many customers as the AEON-CC will still handle quad 3G, dual 6G, and native 12G formats.”
At IBC, DTC will also launch the PRORXD-AEON, an integrated 8-way Diversity 4K receiver/decoder with maximum ratio combining across all eight RF inputs.
Also on show at IBC will be the established Broadcast Nano transmitter; the PRORXD 8-Way Diversity RF receive system, a multi-way diversity COFDM receiver that ensures video is recovered free from distortion; and DTC’s IP Mesh system, a COFDM IP Mesh from which any shape of mesh network can be built.
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