Utah Scientific’s New UHD-12G Router Drives First Fully 4K-Capable Tru…

ntc 0 3,602
9915d56cff2b48b838fb2ec20a546f81_1472621
9915d56cff2b48b838fb2ec20a546f81_1472621

 

 

 

Utah Scientific’s all-new UHD-12G digital routing switcher playsa starring role in  Omega Broadcast Group’s recently launched 4K-capable mobile broadcasting vehicle. Leveraging the UHD-12G’s capabilities for baseband 12G-SDI baseband signals, the new truck is the first in its market to provide a complete infrastructure for 4K/ultrahigh-definition television (UHDTV). Launched in March 2016, the truckenables live broadcasts of high-profile local events including the AustinCity Limits and South by Southwest music festivals and the Circuit of the Americas, home of the Formula One Grand Prix Austin.

 


Utah Scientific

 

 

 

 

Omega Broadcast Group recently launched its new 4K-capable mobile broadcasting truck, enabling live broadcasts of high-profile local events including the Austin City Limits, South by Southwest music festivals, and the Circuit of the Americas, home of the Formula One Grand Prix Austin.

 

 

Utah Scientific's all-new UHD-12G digital routing switcher plays a starring role in the new vehicle. Leveraging the UHD-12G's capabilities for baseband 12G-SDI baseband signals, the new truck is the first in its market to provide a complete infrastructure for 4K/ultra-high-definition television (UHDTV).

Visit us at IBC to find out more. Click here to make an appointment.

 

 

 

image

A Foundation for the Future

Handles all HD and 4K signals over a single-link 12G-SDI interconnect

Simplifies installations with reduced rack space and fewer cables

Lowered opex

The best interim solution you can have while IP technologies mature

 

 

 

David Fry, Vice President, Omega Broadcast Group says, "Besides offering the reliability for which Utah Scientific is well-known, the router gives us the scalability to support our clients' requirements well into the future."

Learn more about future-proofing your trucks. Click here to download the case study.

 

 

Comments