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CopperHead 4K Camera Transceiver

CopperHead 4K Camera Transceiver | Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV) | Scoop.it


Miranda Technologies’ new Telecast CopperHead 3404K camera-mountable fibre transceiver is designed to simplify the installation of Ultra HD infrastructure.


The transceiver requires just two strands of fibre optic cable to carry all bi-directional signals, including four 3Gbps HD-SDI paths, from camera locations to truck or control room or around a remote production site.
 
The dual-strand bi-directional system enables 4K cameras to be easily multi-purposed for ENG, digital cinematography and studio applications without the constraints imposed by copper connections.


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IETF Begins Drafting Process for Faster-Than-Light Internet

IETF Begins Drafting Process for Faster-Than-Light Internet | Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV) | Scoop.it

 

With the advent of ultra high-definition IPTV, consumer demand for ever higher Internet bandwidth shows no signs of relieving.

 

Researchers are also finding new ways to enhance transmission speeds, with a team from University of Southampton recently approaching the speed of light and speeds of up to 73.7 terabits-per-second in hollow fiber transmission, an improvement over traditional non-hollow fibers, where light propagates 31% slower than in vacuum.

 

Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Website:

www.ietf.org

 

HitachiCable Website:

http://www.hitachi-cable.com/products/optical/laser/index.html

 

More on Hollow Fiber Optic Cables:

http://www.engadget.com/2013/03/26/researchers-create-hollow-fiber-optic-cable-almost-reach-the-sp/

 

 

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NAB 2013 Hitachi Cable America Stand Number:  N822

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Paired Fibre Beams Boost Range and Speed of Fibre Networks to Colossal 400Gbps

Paired Fibre Beams Boost Range and Speed of Fibre Networks to Colossal 400Gbps | Ultra High Definition Television (UHDTV) | Scoop.it

Some clever research into boosting fibre optic speeds has managed to increase the range and capacity of fibre, thanks to sending two data streams down the pipe instead of one.

In a paper bewilderingly titled Phase-conjugated twin waves for communication beyond the Kerr nonlinearity limit, researchers put forward their concept, which involves sending a pair of signals down a fibre connection, one a mirror of the other.


When combined at the other end this allows the tech to better compensate for signal noise.

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Great news for Ultra High Definition Video!



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