GatesAir says its products are optimized for international markets noting that all of its Maxiva TV and DAB/DAB+ transmitters rely on the latest generation of 50V LDMOS power devices, using compact high-efficiency power supplies and Maxiva XTE exciter technology with real-time adaptive correction (RTAC) to ensure maximum performance.
The highlight for broadcast automation specialist NVerzion during the 2018 NAB Show was the launch of the ARAMYST programme preparation system. This is designed to speed up the transcoding, topping and tailing and segmenting of shows distributed for syndication by automating all the processes involved.
GatesAir will make further moves into fully compatible, networked audio with the launch of an AES67-compliant audio over IP (AoIP) codec at the 2018 NAB Show. The Intraplex IP Link 200A is designed to be fully interoperable between studio centres and remote transmitter sites.
ETL Systems, a designer and manufacturer of RF signal distribution equipment for satellite communications, will demonstrate its full range of solutions for high quality satellite signal distribution at the Convergence India Show, March 7-9, 2018.
At NAB NY, Crystal launched the Crystal Metadata Cloud. A patent-pending software technology, it will provide frame-accurate synchronization of metadata with video and audio at any point in the distribution chain from the cable headend or DTH platform to the set-top box, computer, phone or tablet.
According to Sinclair’s vision on the future of broadcasting, as covered at NAB 2017, the Next Generation Broadcast Platform (NGBP) will be facilitated by the MMT (MPEG media transport) standard, which will enable hybrid broadcast/broadband services.
At the 2018 IBC Show, Crystal Vision demonstrated its flexible IP platform, the MARBLE-V1 media processor hardware and the initial six software apps which run on it. These apps are IP gateways between SDI and SMPTE 2022 or 2110, and IP to IP translators for making adjustments to IP flows - including protocol