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Vislink to showcase wireless & satellite transmission solutions at BroadcastAsia.

Vislink Technologies will be showcasing a line-up of its latest solutions including the HCAM+ULRX-LD HEVC 4K UHD wireless system, DVE6100 encoder and IRD6200 receiver/decoder, IMTDragonFly Transmitter and MSAT (man-portable satellite) antenna system at BroadcastAsia, 2019.

In addition, Vislink's new INCAM-HS integrated wireless camera transmitter for Sony's latest HDC-5500 4K will be on display at the Sony stand.

Vislink's Product Manager David Edwards will share his expertise on 4K during a presentation on Wednesday, June 19 at 11:30 am in the Innovation Hub, level 4. His presentation, entitled "4K Wireless Delivery with HDR -- and why it's not for Pandas," will discuss the latest trends and considerations in deploying 4K and HDR wireless productions.

Vislink will be demonstrating its low-latency HCAM transmitter and UltraReceiver-LD (ULRX-LD), an NAB 2019 Best of Show awarded solution. With single-frame end-to-end capabilities, this wireless camera system is suitable for broadcast sports and ENG news coverage applications.

As the first company to bring single-frame, end-to-end latency in 4K, the HCAM reportedly ranks as one of the most frequently deployed HEVC 4K UHD wireless transmitter on the market.

It features user-interchangeable RF modules and a range of software options -- including HDR-ready capability -- and supports quad 3/6/12G SDI, HDMI, fibre-optic, SMPTE 2022-6 and HD/SDI-over-IP interfaces. With flexible, configurable mounting options and intuitive video interfaces, the unit can be mounted to broadcast, ENG and other professional-grade cameras. In addition, the unit features integrated camera control with Vislink FocalPoint compatibility and direct-docking battery plates with integral power feed through.

The associated ULRX is a 1RU half-width, rackmount chassis receiver that fills the need for reliable HEVC transmission and allows for better compression without sacrificing quality. The receiver features four UHF inputs with maximum-ratio combining, DVB-T and proprietary LMS-T demodulation, as well as ASI and IP capabilities.

Updates to Vislink's satellite communications line will also be on display with the latest compact DVE6100 encoder and IRD6200 receiver/decoder for applications. The company's DVE6100 is a multi-format, multi-channel 4K HEVC exciter that is ideally suited for flyaway and vehicle-mounted uses.

The IRD6200 is a compact, multi-format, multi-channel 4K integrated receiver/decoder (IRD) ideally suited to news and events applications.

Both solutions offer satellite bandwidth efficiency by utilising the latest HEVC video compression and DVB-S2X satellite modulation technology, allowing a 50% reduction in leased satellite bandwidth compared to MPEG-4, DVB-S2 technology -- vastly reducing satellite OPEX. The company reports that the DVE6100 and IRD6200 are the smallest and lightest 4K UHD DVB-S2X exciter and 4K UHD HEVC DVB-S2X IRD available in the market.

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