The TVU One mobile IP newsgathering HD video transmitter is making its European debut at IBC.
Developed for live broadcasts, the TVU Networks developed device is based on the same transmission resiliency, performance and sub-second latency of a full-size TVUPack backpack transmitter, but in a smaller, lightweight and more compact form factor.
Like other TVU transmitters, it uses proprietary Inverse StatMux Plus technology to transmit HD video over cellular 3G/4G LTE.
Also on show is the TVUPack TM8200 with optional integrated MIMO Microwave technology.
Intended for challenging cellular bandwidth environments, the Multiple-In Multiple-Out antenna technology (MIMO) allows for the portable set up of a localised mesh network for added transmission resiliency. It can aggregate both cellular and microwave connections and combines IP-based 3G/4G LTE cellular broadcast with IP radio transmission technology that is self-forming and self-healing.
TVU is also showing another version of the TVUPack TM8200, this time using Vislink hybrid microwave technology.
A rack mount device called TVU MLink, designed for fixed deployment in vehicles or in a studio, is also on display as is TVU Anywhere. The latter enables broadcasters to instantly capture and transmit footage from anywhere on a mobile device or laptop.