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Harris first with Selenio

14 March 2011
Harris first with Selenio

Harris will be presenting a range of its routers multiviewers and signal processing units including the industry’s first integrated media convergence platform Harris Selenio. This is a modular solution that combines traditional baseband video and audio processing, compression and IP networking features within a single, 3RU platform. It hosts up to 28 channels of high-density baseband video processing, and supports both MPEG-2 and H.264 compression standards for SD, HD, mobile and 3Gb/s and advanced audio capabilities including 5.1 and loudness control. A built-in web-based GUI provides functional block diagrams for configuration, monitoring and management of multiple functionalities. Also on display will be the Harris Magellan family of router control panels. Available as a series of 10 programmable hardware panel types in both 1 and 2RU versions, the Magellan template-driven panels provide intuitive, web-based configuration for quick and straightforward setup in both local and remote operations. To help streamline workflows in today’s multiformat environments, Harris is introducing ingest and playout support for two new codecs in its NEXIO platform: for playout, the H.264 video compression standard; and for production, the Avid DNxHD "mastering" format for post-editing. Harris will demo the LLM-1770 loudness logger and monitor compact audio monitoring tool. The company also adds 3DTV signal monitoring for its VTM-4150PKG monitor and TVM-9150PKG signal analyser packages. For transmission needs, Harris is offering new plug-in modules for its Apex M2X exciter and will introduce its next-generation control platform, the Harris Multi-System Controller (MSC), for redundant television and radio transmission systems.

Stand N2502Harris will be presenting a range of its routers, multiviewers and signal processing units including the industry’s first integrated media convergence platform Harris Selenio. This is a modular solution that combines traditional baseband video and audio processing, compression and IP networking features within a single, 3RU platform. It hosts up to 28 channels of high-density baseband video processing, and supports both MPEG-2 and H.264 compression standards for SD, HD, mobile and 3Gb/s and advanced audio capabilities including 5.1 and loudness control. A built-in web-based GUI provides functional block diagrams for configuration, monitoring and management of multiple functionalities. Also on display will be the Harris Magellan family of router control panels. Available as a series of 10 programmable hardware panel types in both 1 and 2RU versions, the Magellan template-driven panels provide intuitive, web-based configuration for quick and straightforward setup in both local and remote operations. To help streamline workflows in today’s multiformat environments, Harris is introducing ingest and playout support for two new codecs in its NEXIO platform (NEXIO Farad pictured): for playout, the H.264 video compression standard; and for production, the Avid DNxHD "mastering" format for post-editing. Harris will demo the LLM-1770 loudness logger and monitor compact audio monitoring tool. The company also adds 3DTV signal monitoring for its VTM-4150PKG monitor and TVM-9150PKG signal analyser packages. For transmission needs, Harris is offering new plug-in modules for its Apex M2X exciter and will introduce its next-generation control platform, the Harris Multi-System Controller (MSC), for redundant television and radio transmission systems.

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