MuxLab IP gateway convertor, supports 3G-SDI/ST2110 over IP.
MuxLab will showcase its new IP-based Uncompressed Gateway Converter for SDI as well as an expanded range of other drop-down solutions at IBC 2018.
The MuxLab's new 3G-SDI/ST2110 over IP Uncompressed Gateway Converter (model 500767) connects HD- and 3G-SDI sources and displays to a local 10G Ethernet network. The solution enables sending multiple video sources to multiple displays in nearly any combination.
Users can install this system in the traditional point-to-point way in which one AV source is delivered to one display using CAT5e/6 cable from up to 30m in distance or by using duplex multimode fiber cable at up to 400m in distance. All methods of signal extension support uncompressed resolutions up to 1080p@60Hz.
When riding on a IP infrastructure, the entire system can be accessed and controlled by MuxLab’s Pro Digital Network Controller (model 500811), which vastly simplifies the configuration of IP-based systems and gives complete access from any smartphone, tablet or third-party control system.
MuxLab will also present its new 12G-SDI Fiber Extender Kit; delivers 12G-SDI up to 10km over one single-mode fiber cable at all specified bit rates. Digital video is delivered instantly in the type of point-to-point video transmission most often used within television broadcasting and film studios.
Other products on show include:
The HDMI over IP Uncompressed Extender, 4K/60; connects one or many sources to one or many displays through a 10G Ethernet switch. Sources and displays can be easily added or removed for flexibility. Resolutions are supported up to 4K@60Hz and each source and display can be connected to the switch from up to 100m away. Integrators can create virtual splitter and matrix configurations. Both transmitter and receiver provide a 1G Ethernet port that connects additional network devices.
HDMI Audio Extractor with Dolby & DTS Downmixer
The HDMI Audio Extractor with Dolby & DTS Downmixer; delivers HDMI 2.0 video at resolutions up to 4K@60Hz (4:4:4) to a local display. Digital Audio is extracted and down-mixed to deliver two channel analog audio using RCA L/R jacks. It works with Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS, DTS-HD Master Audio or LPCM up to 7.1 channels.
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