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theibcdaily Tuesday 17.09.13 21 Tempest intercom improvements added Clear-Com


By Will Strauss IBC13 exhibitor Clear-Com has made improvements to its Tempest range of digital wireless intercoms. Included is a new CCT-RT-EX remote line extender for the Tempest CCT- RT transceiver, which is being shown for the first time at IBC, as well as Tempest2400 seamless roaming features. The former is used to


DEEP


enhances viewing


Viaccess-Orca By Ian McMurray


DEEP (Data Enrichment and Engagement Platform) is being demonstrated by Viaccess-Orca at IBC on a handheld tablet device, synchronised with the TV screen.


The platform is claimed to dramatically enhance TV viewing. Through what the company describes as an intuitive user interface, DEEP enables television viewers to browse among thousands of unique digital magazines about movies, TV shows, actors and themes related to the video content in the provider’s catalogue or programme guide. After automatically


identifying the most engaging topics related to the content, DEEP presents it in a familiar, user-friendly magazine-style format that is viewable on tablet devices for what Viaccess-Orca says is an unparalleled second-screen television experience. DEEP supports the entire television experience, from the discovery process prior to viewing TV content, through the interaction and engagement stage while viewing, and finally to the exploration phase once the program is over, enabling service providers to deliver targeted advertising content to viewers and increase their revenue streams. 1.A51


increase the maximum distance between a Tempest base station and the remote antenna transceiver and can extend the signal to a remote antenna by as much as 914 metres with oneline extender or 609 metres


per line extender if using more than one, says the manufacturer. The seamless roaming


features are designed to allow Tempest2400 belt station users to move freely between up to


16 different coverage areas, or zones, says Clear-Com. This innovation provides users with continuous wireless coverage without the need to reconnect to a base station in each zone. It is likely to be most


useful in large venues separated by large distances such as multi-studio broadcast complexes and sports arenas, or to help overcome RF signal barriers. 10.D29


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