Friday, April 15, 2005

RGB over fiber from Multidyne

More RGB over fiber tech in the pipeline, this time from Multidyne:

"The Multidyne RGB-5000, to be shown at NAB2005 in Las Vegas, provides a long-haul transport solution for high-resolution RGB or VGA video sources via a single fiber.

It provides a total analog bandwidth of up to 500MHz supporting loop-through HD15 XVGA inputs. Resolutions of up to 1600x1200 pixels are supported over one optical fiber. It also supports RGB HV, RGsB, VGA, SVGA and UXGA, component and analog HDTV signals.

Multidyne also will exhibit its DVI-3000 DVI fiber optic transport link. It provides a transport solution for high-resolution, 1600x1200, DVI digital video sources via four fibers. The maximum transmission distance is 700m. The system has a data throughput of 1.6Gb/s with no compression."

With that sort of bandwidth available, it makes the product ideal for applications in the digital signage arena.

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