Single-frame latency UHD HCAM and UltraReceiver upgrades debut in the USA at NAB NY.
IMT Vislink enhancements provide end-to-end, ultra-low latency 4K UHD wireless connections.
IMT Vislink a xG Technology brand, will unveil a groundbreaking update to its HCAM and UltraReceiver wireless camera solution to provide single-frame end-to-end latency for 4K UHD transmissions for the first time in the U.S. at NAB NY.
"We recently introduced enhancements to the HCAM HEVC UHD wireless camera transmitter and UltraReceiver solution at IBC, and saw tremendous international interest in the upgraded offering," says John Payne IV, President, IMT Vislink. "Being the first company to bring this type of wireless camera solution to market has allowed our customers to make live programming more immersive and engaging for viewers. The growth in UHD and HDR programming paired with Vislink's single-frame latency wireless camera solution provides greater creative freedom by allowing event producers to seamlessly cut between wired and wireless UHD resolution cameras at will for continuity throughout the broadcast."
HCAM features user-interchangeable RF modules and a range of software options, including the capability to be HDR Ready. It fills the need for reliable HEVC transmission which allows for better compression without sacrificing quality. HCAM features dual SFP modules supporting quad 3/6/12G SDI/HDMI/Fiber Optic/SMPTE 2022-6 HD-SDI over IP interfaces. It's also designed with Wi-fi and Bluetooth control via a dedicated Android and iOS app. Flexible and configurable mounting options and intuitive video interfaces, make the unit easy to mount to broadcast cameras, ENG cameras and prosumer cameras.
In combination with HCAM wireless transmitter, the UltraReceiver LD provides only a single-frame delay. UltraReceiver LD is a 1RU half-width, rackmount chassis receiver. It features four UHF inputs with maximum-ratio combining, DVB-T and proprietary LMS-T demodulation, as well as ASI and IP capabilities.
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