PHABRIX Plans Multiple Launches at 2017 NAB Show
PHABRIX is launching several products for IP and HDR/WCG, expanding both the Qx targeting 4K/UHD analysis, and the Sx handheld range.
PHABRIX will spotlight an expanded line of IP and HDR solutions in its Las Vegas 2017 NAB Show exhibit booth.
PHABRIX will be highlighting multiple product debuts for IP and HDR/WCG applications at the 2017 NAB Show. These new solutions expand the high performance Qx range which provides 4K/UHD analysis, and the Sx hand-held range for 3G/HD/SD-SDI applications.
“With these new product releases, PHABRIX will be focusing on supporting the SMPTE ST 2022-6 IP standard, as well as HDR10 and the Dolby PQ standard for HDR”, says Phillip Adams, Managing Director at PHABRIX.
“However, we’ll be developing software upgrades for additional IP standards during the course of 2017, including VSF TR-03, AES67 and PTP. Similarly, we’ll be rolling out support for further HDR standards, including HLG and SLOG3.”
The Qx range for 4K/UHD video provides 12G/6G/3G/HD-SDI signal generation, analysis and video/audio monitoring, including instant physical layer testing using RTE (Real-time Eye), as well as other essential tools like waveform monitors, vectorscopes, and 12G/6G/3G/HD pathological test patterns for stress testing. With a compact, super-quiet and low power design, the Qx range is ideally suited to 4K/UHD live production, QC, as well as broadcast engineering, and video technology manufacturing.
PHABRIX’s Sx hand-held range offers unmatched portability and ease of use, while also providing full 3G/HD/SD-SDI physical layer and jitter analysis tools, including Real-time Eye with automatic SMPTE compliance measurements.
New features for the Rx rack mounted test and measurement range will also be introduced at NAB 2017, including the ability to display instruments on both integral screens of the Rx2000. The Rx range makes it easy for operators to stay in control, with up to 16 instruments displayed on a single monitor, including advanced Dolby audio analysis.
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