Lynx Technik To Launch Yellobrik 8K Fiber Transmission System At IBC
Lynx Technik will introduce its 8K Yellobrik fiber transmission at IBC.
The Lynx Technik Yellobrik 8K fiber transmission system solves the challenge of transporting real-time, uncompressed 8K content (up to 48G) over long distances with zero signal degradation or loss.
The standalone, self-contained kit includes all the parts needed to send 8K uncompressed video over a single fiber link. It consists of four independent 12G/3G/HD/SD-SDI channels with each channel individually reclocked and supporting resolutions up to 2160p/60Hz. The kits include the 8K optical transmitter, 8K optical receiver and power supply.
The Yellobrik supports uncompressed video at full 7680x4320 50/59.94/60 Hz resolutions with zero delay and complements the company's existing 4K transmission solutions, the OTR 1442 and OTR 1441.
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