Fiber Optics In Sports Production Application Note (GVB-1-0255A-EN-AN) File size: 1.5 MB, posted Sep 13 2014 Grass Valley, a Belden Brand developed this guide to assist non-engineering broadcast professionals in making critical decisions about using fiber optic technology for sports production. Because of the vastly increased bandwidth requirements of high-definition television signals and the expansion of internal video operations in sports venues, fiber optics can play a huge role in cutting costs and enhancing the workflow of sports production.
TelePort 3G/10G: Multichannel CWDM Management System Datasheet (GVB-1-0443D-EN-DS) File size: 844.3 KB, posted Sep 12 2017 The TelePort 3G/10G from Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, multiplies the effectiveness of your fiber optic cables and solves your high bandwidth signal transport needs. The results are lower cable costs and simpler management of your broadcast facilities.
TelePort 3G/10G Multichannel CWDM Management System webpage (web-teleport_3g.x) The TelePort 3G/10G accepts the optical output of virtually any digital transmitter, such as our Viper, Thunder, Cobra 2DT, etc., while TelePort 10G accepts output from any IP fiber digital transmitter, such as LDX cameras or IPG cards, and converts the signal into a specific CWDM wavelength. At the other end, a CWDM demultiplexer directs the signal to your standard receiver. There is no need to purchase customized wavelengths for each system, or to buy spares for each wavelength. The TelePort 3G/10G handles it all easily and seamlessly. With each port capable of 3 Gb/s or 10 Gb/s transfer, one unit can support up to eight HD cameras, 2,048 AES channels or any mix of signals you may need at the time.
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