Canare To Begin Shipping of 12G Coax Cable Before Years End

In North and South America, Canare will — by year’s end — ship its new 12G coax solution which transports 4K UHD television signals at distances up to 328 feet.

Canare said 4K UHD is fast becoming the industry standard for sports, live events and commercial production work, placing increasing demands on production companies and truck operators to provide a 4K product. The company is providing coaxial cable, connectors and a patch panel that are optimized for high-performance at 12 Gbps.

The 12G cable offerings include the L-3.3CUHD, L-5.5CUHD and L-8CUHD. Its 12G L-3.3CUHD and L-5.5CUHD cables, connectors and patchbay panels will be shipping before the end of the fourth quarter. The L-8CUHD cable is scheduled to be available in 2018.

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