Artel Digital Media Transport Platform
Artel Video Systems is offering standards-based solutions to meet the needs of broadcast, sports and other markets looking to transition their networks to IP.
At NAB, Artel will demonstrate the latest IP- and hybrid IP/SDI-based capabilities in the company's DigiLink Media Transport Platform. IP transport of live, broadcast-quality media is now a reality, Artel said, and it is a provider for those seeking IP-based solutions.
Artel’s DigiLink Media Transport Platform is a fully integrated, modular solution for transporting broadcast-quality media including 3G/HD/SD-SDI and ASI plus Ethernet traffic over IP, direct fiber and managed optical networks. It features multiple chassis options and standards-based technology.
Artel FiberLink 3514 Series
As interest in 4K/UHD continues to rise, Artel also offers a wide range of 3500 Series Fiberlink products to support 4K/UHD at up to 60 fps one way. The company provides lower-cost versions that support 4K/UHD at up to 30 fps on either a unidirectional or bidirectional basis.
All 3500 Series Fiberlink products are SMPTE-compliant, equalized and reclocked. Artel's Fiberlink line is the most extensive collection of all-digital fiber-optic transmission systems available from any manufacturer. Supporting nearly every type of video, audio and data signal, Fiberlink products are designed for broadcast or corporate studios, OB vans, auditoriums, stadiums and theaters and transportation hubs.
You might also like...
Will any new digital solutions on display at IBC 2022 not have an IP address?
Celebrating its 19th year in business, LYNX Technik is a global manufacturer of signal processing solutions and modular interface equipment. The company is based in Weiterstadt, Germany, with offices in Los Angeles (U.S.) and Singapore. TheBroadcastBridge.com spoke with…
With fewer exhibits and smaller crowds, the 2022 NAB Show aisles were easier to navigate and exhibitors had more time to speak with visitors.
Many annual NAB Shows have become milestones in TV broadcasting history. The presence of the 2022 NAB Show marked the first Las Vegas NAB Show since 2019.
Although virtual sets and even Augmented Reality (AR) have been around for decades now, the concept has evolved with the arrival of new display technologies like LED videowalls, which provide alternatives to traditional chroma keying.