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Artel to Showcase InfinityLink at SMPTE 2016

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.

Fiberlink

Fiberlink

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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