RF Central unveils RFX-CMT-II 5.8GHz camera transmitter at Broadcast & Technology Expo 2007

RF
Central, a digital microwave technology provider, introduced its RFX-CMT-II 5.8GHz
camera-mounted transmitter at the Broadcast & Technology Expo 2007. Designed
for live sports stadium and arena coverage, the unit offers complete HD
upgradeability with the latest in high-quality, low-latency, HD encoding
technology.

With
inputs of HD, SDI, ASI or Composite video signals, this new product is perfect
for live and real time image transmissions. Applications include high quality
imagery for live stadium displays, broadcasts, surveillance, monitoring and
situational awareness.
The compact unit
offers a variable 6/7/8 MHz modulator, 100mw power output, and full MPEG menu
control by the customer. It is designed for live transmissions requiring the
ultimate in quality and performance from a wireless camera transmitter. The
RFX-CMT-II’s linear RF amplification technology limits spectral regrowth at
full power to less than -35dBc, offering robust RF performance with exceptional
adjacent channel rejection. The CMT-II is offered presently in the 2GHz and
5.8GHz frequency bands. Other frequencies are available upon request.

“RF
Central prides itself in providing commercial off-the-shelf technology
alternatives and sophisticated solutions for today’s world of live image
transmission, news and sports coverage,” says RF Central CEO Jeff Winemiller. “The
RFX-CMT-II 5.8GHz is representative of that mission.”

While
the RFX-CMT-II is available in Standard Definition, it is software upgradeable
to full High Definition (HD) and will interface with all standard broadcast
portable power systems.