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Lynx Technik Launches 12G Capable Yellobriks

Lynx Technik has enhanced its Yellobrik series with three new single link SDI 12G capable modules.

Lynx said the trio includes a fiber transmitter (OTX 1410), fiber receiver (ORX 1400) and fiber transceiver (OTR 1410).
 


The new devices provide error-free transmitting and receiving of 12G (4096 x 2160 @60 Hz), plus 6G and 3G signals if required, all with full uncompressed video quality. All modules provide support for a maximum distance of approximately 6.2 miles using LC singlemode fiber.
 


The complete video payload, including any embedded audio and metadata, is converted and transmitted transparently over fiber. No settings are needed as the modules auto detect the video standard (12G, 6G or 3G) and adapt accordingly for complete plug and play functionality.
 


As with all Yellobriks, the new devices are intuitive and easy to use with all connections clearly indicated on the module.
 


The 12G capable Yellobriks help facilitate and support 4K infrastructure applications that send and receive content with exceptionally high data rates.

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