PESA XSTREAM C22 dual channel H.264 encoder/decoder
WASHINGTON,DC–PESA, a designer and manufacturer of streaming solutions and A/V distribution products, will be demonstrating its new Reflex transmission technology at the Government Video Expo.
Reflex is a software upgrade to the PESA XSTREAM C22 dual channel H.264 encoder/decoder, a transmitter of video and audio data via the internet. Reflex has an “advanced packet analytic algorithm” that allows the receiving device to identify and correct errors between the encoder and decoder without any retransmission.
“With Reflex, a government agency, school or university, or company can use its largest communication channel–the internet–for reliable, high quality signal transmission over a wide area network,” explained John T. Wright, senior vice president of sales and business development. “The affordable C22 has become a very popular streaming solution, and its new Reflex functionality makes it even more versatile with extended range and greater operating efficiencies.”
Some facts about the C22:
The streaming system can be configured as a two-port video encoder, a two-port decoder, or one of each. Processing channels are independent of one another while supporting various formats up to 1080p/60 resolution through its rear panel connectors. For audio, the C22 supports two external audio sources that can be synchronized to one or both video streams.
Also display at the PESA booth is its Blade System and Vidblox HTR extender.
The Blade System connects baseband environments with IP-based technologies. Housed in a 2 RU openGear chassis, managed by PESA’s Cattrax control software and supporting two dual-channel H.264 encoding and decoding cards for streaming video, the Blade System can have up to 10 blade system cards installed in it.
The VidBlox provides long distance transmission of high resolution video over fiber or coax cable. It supports a variety of SD and HD formats, can be configured to be used either as a transmitter or receiver and is controlled by PESA’s Cattrax management control software. The ability to embed and de-embed audio from an HDMI signal is also possible with the Vidblox.
PESA will be located at booth 607 at the Government Video Expo, which is located at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC.