Experts in RF over fiber. ViaLite’s range of fiber optic links enable studio and outdoor broadcasters to transport multiple RF feeds from cameras, wireless mics and IFBs over fiber back to the production location or outdoor broadcast (OB) truck. The links can extend the range of the antennas that the wireless cameras etc. use with link distances of 0-10 and up to 50 km available, while providing 99.999% reliability.
ViaLite‘s links also boast ultra-wide dynamic range allowing multiple signals to be transported simultaneously. Links include: C-Band 3.4-7.1 GHz, 100 MHz-1 GHz, DVB-T 470-900 MHz, UHF/VHF 10 MHz-1 GHz, and the Blue2 which can be setup as a dual Rx, dual Tx or Transceiver. They are typically available in either OEM module or rack chassis card format.
The new Blue OEM 1U chassis has the capacity to hold up to eight ViaLite Blue OEM modules. It is designed to operate as a transmitter, receiver or both, as a means of supporting uplink and downlink operations.
ViaLite also supplies supporting products, such as Broadcast Connection Kits, dual redundancy, SNMP for monitoring and control, and a range of outdoor enclosures. All products include a 5-year warranty as standard. System design, install and support services are offered.
As well as covering Broadcast applications, ViaLite manufactures links for Satcom, GNSS, Defense and more.
1717 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, District of Columbia, 20006
United States of America
- Website: https://www.vialite.com
- Product Categories:
Products (4 RESULTS)
Downloadable PDFS (3 RESULTS)Transparency and choice are important to NAB. By choosing to download this content, you are selecting to share your name and email address with ViaLite Communications to allow them to contact you directly. Per our agreement, ViaLite Communications is not permitted to share your data with anyone else. You can stop communications from ViaLite Communications or revise your communication settings at any time by directly visiting the ViaLite Communications website.
Broadcast RF over Fiber BrochureThe broadcast industry is increasingly using fiber links over traditional…