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66 TVBEurope NAB 2012 Preview Bittree


Audio and video patches


By Melanie Dayasena-Lowe


BITTREE is showing a range of patchbays and patching solutions that will allow integrators and A/V specialists to achieve flexibility in rapidly changing environments. The company's high


bandwidth video patchbays are suited for supporting 3Gbps and 3D productions, HD/SDI, SD/SDI, AES, and high resolution computer graphics. The micro-video patchbay provides high input/output density, with a 2x48 format in either a 1- or 1.5-RU size. The product’s design features the ability to recess the front panel to prevent cord protrusion, conserving


Boxx.tv Wireless Jampro Antennas: All weather design


THE US-BASED manufacturer will have a stronger presence since recently acquiring Alan Dick Broadcast, writes Fergal Ringrose. The larger, more powerful company will show a full complement of economical and flexible television and radio solutions designed and engineered to address every application in the broadcast industry including DTV, DVB-T, FM and HD Radio solutions. The radome-enclosed JAT-U UHF Broadband, Band IV/V 470 – 860 MHz antenna can be either top or side mounted on a


tower offering a long life of continuous service. The radome- enclosed JUHD Broadband UHF panel antenna is designed as either side-mount or top-mount, and based on a modular design. It can be configured to provide various azimuth and elevation patterns and offers optional beam tilt and null fill to allow maximum coverage. Horizontally polarised, configurations include varying levels of vertical polarisation, with results ranging from small amounts of elliptical polarisation. C2307


link and tally By David Fox


RF CAMERA system manufacturer Boxx.tv is launching an extension to its Zero Delay transmission range and an iris control and tally indicator accessory for wireless camera rigs. Boxx.tv’s entry-level RF


camera system with Zero Delay, Meridian Lite, supports full 4:2:2 video including all formats


up to 1080p 30. The Meridian Lite has the same range and reliability as its high-end equivalent, and is upgradeable to provide all of the features of the full Meridian RF link. Boxx.tv’s iris control and tally


light for RF broadcast cameras, Meridian Tallis, works with any broadcast camera on a wireless rig or Steadicam. It provides Iris control by tapping directly into the lens to adjust the aperture.


As Tallis only controls the lens there is no black level or red/blue gain control. Boxx.tv co-founder Scott


Walker said: "There simply isn’t another solution at this price point to control the iris on wireless camera rigs. This enables you to match the brightness of the video from a wireless camera with other cameras.” C7219


Micro-Video Patchbay: latest entry into Bittree's video patching product series


space and ensuring reliable connections. Offering a high-density 2x48 jack configuration and available in 1.5- or 2-RU, the Bittree 969-A Series patchbays allow users to change the normals and grounding of individual circuits quickly and easily. Normals can be changed to full-normal, half- normal, or non-normal, and grounding can be changed to bussed, isolated, or looped. The 48 circuits on the front panel are numbered from left to right,


with rear-interface options including E3, E90, ID (punchdown), and D25. Bittree's Mini-WECO video high-bandwidth patchbays are designed to meet patching needs, from high bit rate digital signals to base-band analogue. Bittree Mini- WECO video patchbays are ideal for high bandwidth applications such as HDTV, SDI, AES, and high-resolution computer graphics, as well as in conventional analogue applications. SU6519


www.tvbeurope.com April 2012


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