At SMPTE 2016, Artel Video Systems will showcase the latest media transport capabilities of its new InfinityLink broadcast media transport solution and its FiberLink fiber-optic transmission product lines.
Artel's new integrated InfinityLink Broadcast Media Transport is used for transporting broadcast-quality media including 3G/HD/SD-SDI and ASI plus Ethernet traffic over IP, direct fiber and managed optical networks.
The IL6000, a space-saving 1RU, four-slot chassis features internal 20 x 20 3G routing and Ethernet switching capabilities. The IL6000 includes on-board chassis management. It enables broadcasters remote access where they can monitor, configure, and upgrade chassis and module firmware.
Artel's DigiLink and InfinityLink solutions support auto-sensing of standards-based, broadcast-quality HD/SD-SDI and ASI video formats, and utilize SMPTE 2022-1/2/5/6 IP Encapsulation and optional Forward Error Correction (FEC) algorithms.
Artel also offers a wide range of 3500 Series FiberLink products to support 4K/UHD at up to 60 frames per second one way. Supporting nearly every type of video, audio and data signal, FiberLink products are perfect for broadcast studios, OB vans, point-of-view cameras and sports venues.
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