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ABonAir Wireless Links New One-of-a-Kind Ultra-Low-Latency

ABonAir Wireless Links New One-of-a-Kind Ultra-Low-Latency

Wireless video link provider ABonAir is renowned for providing extremely low latency in a long-range, high-performance, broadcast-grade wireless system, and VidOvation now represents ABonAir's products at NAB 2019 (booth C3205).

ABonAir's one-of-a-kind solution will benefit VidOvation's customers in the sports, live events, and newsgathering spaces, where the lowest possible delay is mandatory, while preserving high video quality.

At NAB, VidOvation will demonstrate ABonAir's flagship wireless video link — AB512. Built on a bidirectional radio channel between transmitter and receiver, ABonAir's wireless video links acknowledge the correct acceptance of each group of pixels, thus providing exceptionally robust and reliable transmission.

Most notably, the AB512 system reduces latency to only a 7-millisecond delay (also known as subframe delay) for live event coverage, multicamera productions, and any other application in which latency of two to six frames or 30-90 milliseconds is unacceptable. Low delay enables crews to produce multicamera and live shows without worrying about the lag caused by lip sync or the simultaneous operation of multiple cameras. The system features an RF spectrum analyzer that automatically selects and hops to the best RF channel without dropping a single bit, while the manual channel selection option is ideal for frequency coordination at large events.

Antelope Camera Systems – for High-Speed Applications and Highest Quality in the Smallest Form Factor

On the showfloor at the VidOvation booth is also Antelope Camera Systems, specialized in the development of mini cameras and high-speed imaging technology for the broadcast market, providing solutions for sports and live event production as well as feature and documentary films. The company offers the world's smallest, fully integrated professional 2K and 4K HDR live broadcast cameras: Antelope Femto, Antelope Nano, and Antelope Ultra 4K.

Antelope Camera Systems is also well-known for its smallest high-speed camera, Antelope Pico, which provides stunning, slow-motion perspectives in live broadcast at 350 frames per second in native HD, while simultaneously outputting a 1080p50/60 signal via HD-SDI for live television production. (3/19)

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