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Lynx expands yellobrik family

Lynx Technik, provider of modular interface solutions, debuts its new yellobrik distribution amplifier and fibre products at NAB, which have been designed for wide bandwidth.

Lynx Technik, provider of modular interface solutions, debuts its new yellobrik distribution amplifier and fibre products at NAB. The new fibre solutions significantly expand the line of compact yellobrik ‘brick-style’ modules. Products on show include the yellobrik OTT 1812 dual-channel 3G/HD/SD-SDI to Fibre Transmitter. This unit provides two independent 3G/HD/SD-SDI to fibre transmission channels and supports distances up to 10 km over single mode fibre. 
 LYNX Technik will also present its other yellobrik units such as yellobrik OTT 1842 dual-channel 3G/HD/SDI to fibre transmitter with CWDM and yellobrik OCM 1891 – 9-channel CWDM fibre optic multiplexer.
 The new fibre units come with a power supply and transport case and can be used as a standalone device or racked mounted using the yellobrik 1RU 19” chassis. Up to 14 modules (mix-and match yellobriks) plus central and redundant power supplies can be accommodated in the yellobrik rack. Up to two of the 9-channel multiplexers/demultiplexers can be housed in the yellobrik ½” RU chassis.
 The company is also expanding its yellobrik line with a new distribution amplifier. The yellobrik DVA 1704 is a compact ‘brick-style’ one input, 4 output (1>4) analogue video or sync distribution amplifier. It distributes analogue SD and HD video signals or SD bi-level and HD tri-level sync pulses. Stand N820