IMT MicroLite Gets an Upgrade

The new MicroLite 2 transmitter represents the latest version of IMT Vislink’s video transmission system and features HD/SD-SDI and HDMI inputs with COFDM transmission in a small, lightweight chassis.

xG Technology has announced the availability of MicroLite 2 from its IMT Vislink business unit. The MicroLite 2 HD ultra-compact COFDM wireless video transmitter is the latest version of the company's MicroLite transmitter representing a comprehensive mid-market wireless camera solution.

The MicroLite 2 provides enhanced performance and video quality at a competitive price point, perfect for broadcast applications where high-quality live streaming video is needed.

It delivers up to 250mW of power, providing long range, reliable HD video transmission and is a compelling choice when broadcast quality, exceptional range and reliability are required.

A key benefit of the MicroLite 2 is its ability to operate at latency levels as low as 70ms, making it well-suited for live sports broadcasts and video assist applications.

IMT’s COFDM technology ensures the transmission of uninterrupted, live TV pictures over two miles Line-of-Sight (LOS), despite the effects of foliage, challenging terrain, buildings and other common non-line-of-sight limitations. It delivers the pristine image clarity required for real-time, H.264 (MPEG-4) HD broadcast-quality video transmissions.

The transmitter is easily managed through a configured or remote WiFi web server. An Android or iOS device detects the encrypted WiFi signal and automatically opens a browser window.

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