Domo Broadcast Debuts Nano HD

Domo Broadcast will feature its new Broadcast Nano HD transmitter, PRORXD 8-Way Diversity RF wireless receiver platform, and improved bi-directional camera controls at the 2017 NAB show.

Domo Broadcast Sales Director JP Delport said, “The new Broadcast Nano HD transmitter now boasts a control panel as well as bluetooth connectivity, which makes real-time configuration as seamless as possible for its operators.”

Domo’s PRORXD 8-Way Diversity RF receive system is described as a multi-way diversity COFDM receiver that has less than two frames delay. The receiver’s eight-way maximum ratio combining of RF inputs ensures video is recovered free from distortion, says Domo. The PRORXD receiver also now includes an option to be linked to other receivers via ASI packet diversity over coax cable or IP, for wide area event coverage, e.g. blanket coverage of a golf course or race track.

Domo will also welcome Maryland-based broadcast technology specialists 3G Wireless to its booth. It deployed a range of on-board camera systems based on Domo’s SOLO7 OBTX transmitters and wireless receivers for the International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) Rolex 24 at Daytona on 28 January 2017.  The on-board system devised by 3G Wireless along with the latest Domo Broadcast will be on display.

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