PESA Says Latest ‘Cheetah’ Series of Routing, Switcher Frames Available

New router frames can extend 3G-SDI signals by more than the length of a football field
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PESA, a manufacturer of professional audio and video signal distribution systems, says its newest coaxial extended reach routing switcher frames—the Cheetah series of 3G-SDI—are now available.
Based on the latest technology for copper-based transmission, the Cheetah series of 3G-SDI frames can now support distances up to 459 feet, PESA says.
In addition, each input card provides 16-channel connectivity and includes the latest t

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echnology for frame perfect equalization to 1080p/60, and each output card provides 16-channel connectivity and extends SD-SDI signals up to 1,312 feet, HD-SDI up to 656 feet and 3G-SDI up to 459 feet, the company says.
“Our new router frames can extend 3G-SDI signals by more than the length of a football field,” says Dan Holland, PESA’s vice president of product marketing. “As an added feature, the input and output cards can be used to upgrade existing field units to deliver the pristine picture quality,” he says.
New extended reach router frames are available for sizes ranging from 64 x 64 up to 576 x 576, PESA says. Larger systems can be configured to support up to 1152 x 1152, according to the company. The new Cheetah input/output cards are available now, and new shipments of Cheetah routing switcher frames will include the new I/O cards when BNC versions are required.
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