MultiDyne Introduces Next-Generation SMPTE-HUT Series At IBC

MultiDyne has introduced a new generation of its legacy SMPTE-HUT system, a universal camera transceiver that frees camera operators from the limitations of hybrid cabling. 

MultiDyne said the latest iteration streamlines connectivity, reducing the dual-strand architecture to a single fiber strand. It also integrates optical budgeting and remote power cycling, removing the need for external docks to regenerate signals for long-distance camera-to-studio transmission.

The next-generation SMPTE-HUT also integrates a higher level of intelligence than previous versions. The devices will now operate with every SMPTE camera model and vendor, and translate important settings and details to the built-in display.

The SMPTE-HUT is well suited for outside broadcast and mobile production companies for long-distance transmission. The devices eliminate the need to mix copper connectivity with fiber, enabling faster setup and strike times while reducing weight on trucks.

The elimination of copper also removes RF, EMI and grounding issues from the infrastructure, ensuring the best possible signal integrity over very long distances. 

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