The new OTR 1A42 8k fiber transmission solution.
LYNX Technik has launched a new 8K fiber signal transmission system for its yellobrik series. This solution is intended for the transmission of multiple uncompressed 12G SDI streams.
The yellobrik 8K fiber transmission system is intended to solve the challenge of transporting real-time, uncompressed 8K content (up to 48G) over up to 10km (6.2 miles) with zero signal degradation or loss. For 8K applications, the signal is split over four separate 12G SDI links (48G) and supports full 8k resolution at up to 7680×4320@60 Hz. Each of the four 12G/6G/3G/HD/SD-SDI channels are fully independent and individually reclocked.
LYNX Technik explains, “The standalone kit includes all the parts needed to send 8K uncompressed video over a single fiber link including an 8k optical transmitter, 8K optical receiver and power supply (excluding a fiber cable). The new OTR 1A42 8k fiber transmission solution can also be paired with the yellobrik OTR 1A41 8k fiber transmission solution to enable 96Gbit/s throughput over fiber system.”
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