This end-to-end fiber optic transport solution, the VLINK-8, integrates into existing facilities' or telecom carriers' transmission networks where fiber exists
Computer Modules, Inc.-end fiber optic transport solution, the VLINK-8, integrates into existing facilities' or telecom carriers' transmission networks where fiber exists, enabling multiple enterprises to share simultaneous information in real-time, such as broadcast/contribution quality video streams and its associated ancillary data.
It is a modular digital video, data and audio transport system capable of transmitting up to 64 high-quality video channels, 256 audio or 64 data channels on a single mode optical fiber using Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM).
Using digital high-speed multiplexing techniques, each VLINK-8 can transmit combinations of either analog video, SDI video, DVB, Audio and T1/E1 signals over a single optical fiber link. The system is designed for any application that requires broadcast / contribution quality video transmitted up to 50 miles away. Additional 50-mile links are achieved by using VLINK-8 Repeaters.
This product offers a range of applications in production, post production and transmission environments, including distance learning; digital tape deck-to-camera remoting; long distance studio-to-post facility links; live sports; news or "off-site" event coverage; contribution-quality video distribution around campuses or within studios; real-time feeds from studio to STL headends, video server or television / cable network infrastructures and uncompressed digital video/audio transport over a telecommunications infrastructure.
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