Bexel Creative Studio
Bexel will showcase its 15+ years of expertise in RF and wireless system design, including frequency coordination, equipment selection, system design, integration, and training at this year’s NAB show.
Bexel will showcase the company's Managed Antenna System (MAS) line of products, which provide a reliable and scalable answer to those times when you need solid wide-area coverage from low-power wireless devices. Bexel's MAS solutions can extend the usefulness of transmitters and receivers for on-air talent cueing, on-air talent microphones, and crew communication at both live events and permanent installations.
Bexel ESS system integration division provides RF design and installation that meet the new FCC spectrum rules. On display at NAB will be an example of Bexel's exclusive RF audio solution developed with Quantum5X.
The player and coach microphone solution is perfect for a variety of sports applications. The QT-5100 PlayerMic is a rubberized, flexible player microphone system weighing less than 2 ounces, it is only a third of an inch thick. The PlayerMic has been field-tested by the NBA and can be wirelessly controlled to adjust frequency, mic gain, RF power level, mode, and grouping.
The need to accommodate 4K demands increased bandwidth and 12G support. The company's expert fiber technicians are equipped to design a custom fiber-optic infrastructure or an RF-over-fiber solution for a number of microphone, IFB, intercom, and microwave camera systems for any broadcast event.
At the 2017 NAB Show, Bexel will showcase its expertise with its newly built Fiber Mini Booth Kit, a solution for interfacing an announce booth with audio, video, intercom, and IFB equipment to connect with a mobile unit up to 3,000 feet away without signal degradation — all over six strands of single-mode "tactical" fiber-optic cabling. The Mini Booth Kit gives productions the ability to send and receive 12 bidirectional video paths (six each way), 16 audio paths, four IFB channels, and an optional Ethernet robotic camera interface.
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