German systems integrator Broadcast Solutions GmbH is now offering the ABonAir wireless video link (IP) system at its many operations facilities in Europe, Middle East and South-East Asia. ABonAir’s wireless systems are used to transmit video content from the scene of the action to OB Vans or broadcast stations using microwave technology with a mere 7-millisecond latency.
The Cologne Broadcasting Center Gmbh, a provider of video networking services owned by RTL Group, chose the Ateme Kyrion encoder and decoder for its contribution link to stream Formula 1 Championship races live throughout Germany.
AVIWEST recently announced that Swiss TV broadcaster Canal 9 used AVIWEST’s DMNG PRO180 video uplink system and the DMNG APPs mobile application for coverage of the recent local elections held in Valais, Switzerland.
Norwegian public broadcaster NRK ordered more than 60 LiveU LU600 units to upgrade its TV production fleet to the latest LiveU cellular bonding unit on the market. The deal was overseen by LiveU’s Scandinavian partner Mediability.
Upstate NY professional sports teams use TVU Networks’ video transmission technology to deliver more content to fans easier and faster.
The 5 cm band is essentially the top half of the 5 GHz Wi-Fi band. Until recently, its use was restricted because of potential weather radar and military RF interference. New dynamic frequency selection (DFS) technology is opening these wide bands for exciting new physical layer (PSY or layer 1) uses, such as IP video. Think of it as an invisible cable.