Multimedia Solutions will introduce its Draka IP MediaLine Fiber based on the SMPTE ST 2110 standard at IBC.
Multimedia, a division of the Prysmian Group, will show the non-metallic, gel-filled fiber optic central tube cables with two to 24 fibers for indoor broadcast applications and tight buffered fiber optic cables with patented BendBright technology for mobile outdoor applications.
With their high bandwidth and robust material, Multimedia said the new fiber optic cables meet the high demands of film and television production.
The new product range comprises the central loose tube cable with two to 24 fibers. With its FireRes sheathing, the non-metallic, gel-filled cable is ideal for indoor installation. The CPR Cca cables with high flame-retardant performance feature dielectric glass yarn armoring for rodent resistance and high waterproofness.
The new IP MediaLine Fiber cable range also includes the MFC OS2 fiber optic cable designed for mobile use. The tight buffered 9/125 fiber cables are equipped with BendBright technology, making them very robust and resistant to bending.
BendBright combines three features: low macro-bending sensitivity, the new Draka Colorlock XS coating and tight glass geometry. Together they create fiber for all patch cord, interconnect and jumper applications, offering companies measurable technical, economic and environmental benefits.
The new Draka fiber optic cables comply with the SMPTE 2110 standard, which describes the transmission of digital video signals (video stream) over an IP network in real time.
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