AXON Present at BVE North 2011

Based in Gilze, Netherlands, Axon develops, manufactures and markets high quality broadcast equipment

AXON will attend BVE North, booth 218, to be held at the Machester Central Arena, Manchester on November 16 and 17.  Axon will be showing live presentations and demonstrations from its extensive range of Cortex monitoring and control software, SynView multiviewer, Synapse modular interfaces and 3rd generation compliance recording system TRACS2.

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At BVE North, Cortex, AXON’s monitoring and control software will feature the latest developments with customer-definable User Interface for control and monitoring of Axon and third-party products, with Router Control, SNMP functionality and with a redundant server option.

AXON’s multiviewer system SynView, part of the Synapse range, is now also available with DVI and VGA inputs, with output resolution up to 1920x1200. Audio bar graphs, multiple Tally and UMD OSD are included as standard.  Synview supports LTC, VITC and NTP for multiple analogue or digital clock displays creating an efficient, integrated monitor solution. SynView is a modular system; every card possesses its own CPU so is fast to boot and may be used stand-alone.

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The Synapse system continues to grow. Designated SynCross, AXON  has developed an incredibly compact, lightweight and energy efficient, Synapse based, simple expandable video routing system. It is capable of switching 3Gb/s, HD and SD SDI signals, as well as compressed domain signals such as ASI/DVB and SSI/SMPTE-310.

Also new at BVE North is the SLD100, a long time SD-SDI uncompressed baseband video delay. It can store and delay up to 1 hour of SD material including all blanking as RAW data. The unit is ideal for profanity checks, +1 hour film channels or time zone compensation.

TRACS2, Axon’s 3rd generation compliance and video logging system will be on display complete with a new multicast feature.

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