Vislink @ Broadcast Asia 2012
Following the successful launch of the Advent Mantis "MSAT" Man Portable Data Terminal earlier this year in March for the surveillance marketplace, Broadcast Asia will witness the launch of the broadcast variant.
The new broadcast model has been designed to meet Ka and Ku band specifications and can be powered from either mains or 12-36VDC supply. As well as having interchangeable modem options, this system can also be configured to have an Advent DVE encoder built in.
This highly portable, tri-band satellite antenna system is specifically designed for speed, ease of use and portability. The system's fully integrated design requires less than five minutes from arrival to satellite acquisition, making it ideal for rapid deployment field applications where there is little or no time to spare.
Weighing in at only 12.5 kilos, the Advent MSAT is specifically designed to be carried by one person and provides powerful functionality for applications such as first -on-scene broadcasters, special operations, disaster recovery, emergency services and mining operations.
The new LiveGear suite of IP centric products will be introduced at Broadcast Asia. The new LiveGear product family is designed for the broadcast professional who requires dependable equipment to meet the competitive challenges of today's first-on-the-scene broadcasters.
The LiveGear AirStream provides the power of an ENG news van in a compact and easy to use unit. Connect your camera and with one touch, you are on air. The LiveGear advantage delivers broadcast quality video in a portable, user friendly and cost effective format. With the addition of LiveGear, Vislink is the first company to offer a comprehensive suite of licensed and unlicensed remote video solutions that include broadband cellular, WiFi, terrestrial, and satellite microwave technologies.