We explore the basics of physical connectivity & signal management encountered in broadcast audio systems alongside the destination recording devices.
LiveU has released a single 4K/Quad HD video receiver for ST 2110 broadcast facilities. With this latest addition to the LiveU IP-video EcoSystem, the company is providing an efficient and adaptable way to receive high-quality LRT (LiveU Reliable Transport) live content feeds from any LiveU EcoSystem device and then seamlessly output them as 2110-compliant streams. It removes complexity, providing uninterrupted connectivity from the field to the facility. LiveU’s LU4000 ST 2110 operates as an all-in-one receiver in the video chain, reducing IT costs, time and overhead while keeping everything in sync.
LiveU will be showcasing the openness and adaptability of its EcoSystem at IBC2023 in collaboration with a range of industry partners. Seamlessly integrated into video workflows, innovative storytelling solutions with Dina/Mimir, Marquis, and Wolftech will be demonstrated on the LiveU stand. Already deployed at tier 1 broadcasters and news agencies in Europe, recent use cases will also be shared at the show. These workflows will be shown alongside a demonstration of IP-video over a private 5G network with Neutral Wireless and other integrated solutions.
The Coronation of HM King Charles III saw the teaming up of the BBC with LiveU and Neutral Wireless to leverage the world’s largest single-use private 5G standalone (SA) network for reliable, high-quality live broadcasts. At IBC 2023, LiveU and Neutral Wireless are demonstrating the groundbreaking private 5G collaboration, showing the benefits of the network’s high-uplink capacity for live event coverage.
AntennaWare’s BodyWave Antennas aim to democratize wireless audio content acquisition in the broadcast industry.
Attendees of the 2023 International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) will witness the world debut of WMT LiveLink, the most technologically advanced bonded cellular transmitter on the market.
One of the highlights of Vislink’s showcase at IBC 2023 will be its Hybrid IP/COFDM applications. This cutting-edge technology, expressed in key products like the Cliq ultracompact mobile transmitter, blends the strengths of Internet Protocol (IP) and Coded Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (COFDM) to create optimal transmission capabilities. This technology is designed to provide broadcasters with a more robust and flexible transmission solution, especially in challenging environments where signal stability is crucial.
Wireless microphone technology is a natural fit within broadcast production and TV-UHF technology brings additional reliability through dedicated frequency access.