MultiDyne to Introduce Modular, High-Density Fiber Transport at NAB Show in New York

At NAB in New York City, MultiDyne will launch its next generation of modular openGear solutions — the OG-3600 Series — supporting all bi-directional video, audio and data signal transfer.

MultiDyne will offer a series of eight cards for broadcasters and content producers that surpass competitive solutions in flexibility and options, starting with the OG-3601 module.

The design fits more circuits and information onto the module, and allows for rapid assembly of all componentry to support applications requested by the customer. For example, five of the eight modules support up to eight audio channels alongside other applications that can also include digital (4K, 3Gb/s, HD-SDI) and composite video, genlock, timecode, GPIO, tally, serial data and/or Ethernet depending on the model.

The OG-3605 model is geared toward audio, reference and data needs, giving broadcasters a more affordable option for fiber transport needs that lack video requirements.

The enhancements extend to 4K compatibility with quad-link connections to enable passage of 4K signals into the broadcast and production infrastructure. The 4K compatibility will evolve as quad-link connections transition to IP and single-wire 4K transport.

The OG-3600 Series is available for immediate shipment.

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