The VideOlink Reacher (L) extends transmission distance up to 2000ft. The Ranger (R) uses COFDM providing up to one mile distances.
VidOvation will introduce new broadcast wireless video systems at NAB
VidOvation, is unveiling two new broadcast-grade wireless video links. The new VidOlink Reacher and VidOlink Ranger are the answer to the emerging demand for reliable high quality wireless video transmission.
The VidOlink Reacher wirelessly extends up to 2000 feet with zero latency and no compression. Its compact transmitter weighs half a pound and ensures exceptional maneuverability. The VidOlink Ranger stretches out to one mile line-of-sight using coded orthogonal frequency division multiplexing to provide high definition video within four frames of latency. Both units are ideal for video assist, on-set monitoring, electronic news gathering, sports broadcasts, unmanned aerial vehicles, military operations and other wireless video transmission applications.
On display in the VidOvation exhibit will be the DMNG Pro110 Cellular Video Link, 60 GHz Wireless Video Links, the VNP-100 Video Networking Processor with three encode / decode engines capable of ethernet over SDI with an ASI / IP Gateway, ARG’s 2800 Easy Media Switch, the Stagebox IP Camera Back, the VidOptic Fiber Optic Camera Back, the Brevity super accelerated file transfer and transcoding platform, and Zixi’s HD internet video transport.
VidOvation will exhibit in NAB 2015 Booth C1113.
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