HDwireless RF1 after State-of-the-Art Upgrade
Following two years of successful use, the RF1 technology was then developed further, made available in the universal 3G-SDI standard and made 4k-ready. In order to meet the high-quality requirements, the monitoring features were equipped with UHD Sony displays and the RF structure was adapted to include multiple RF splitter units and an internal glass-fiber structure. Up to 16 wireless camera systems including camera control can be processed in parallel via the signal and process structure.
In terms of receiving technology, the production vehicle features a 12-meter antenna mast that can be put into operation in just a few minutes. This technology is based on static antennas and the new HDwireless GPS antenna tracker system, which significantly increases the RF range of the antennas. The vehicle is designed as an interface between RF wireless image transmission and the broadcaster’s broadcast van. It is also highly flexible and features the shortest possible set-up times in order to accommodate quick changes of location, e.g. for productions with changing broadcast locations, such as at multi-day sports events.
With the RF1 production vehicle, HDwireless is the only company in the German-speaking world to offer this kind of technology. Patrick Nussbaum, CEO of HDwireless expressed his satisfaction upon the handover of the ready-to-use vehicle: “This development makes our RF production vehicle a benchmark in the world of RF wireless image transmission and has already been booked up for the next few weeks, during which time it will be in constant demand”.
HDwireless GmbH is developer, builder and supplier of wireless camera equipment for professional broadcasting. Accordingly, the product’s portfolio is consequently geared to the quality standards and exacting requirements of this demanding business. From video transmitting technologies via receiving units to applicable accessories and special solutions, we offer a complete system of high end components for signal transmission. In order to satisfy the requirements of the rental market HDwireless keeps on stock a sizeable Dry-Hire-Rental supply, and, moreover, 24/7 support.
The team around Patrick Nussbaum fulfills individual and complex customer requirements. Having worked as a production engineer with more than 20 years experience he ranks as one of the most recognized German specialists in the field of wireless technology for broadcast and event. Customer projects will be supported upon request with planning, special solutions, and on location assistance. The service portfolio is completed by officially regulated frequency allotment including frequency surveillance on the spot by means of RF-measuring equipment. HDwireless GmbH is situated in Mechernich near Cologne, and is also represented in Baden-Baden and Munich.