Vislink to launch Micro Camera + MSAT Antenna

Gigawave is to launch a tiny, full-resolution HD micro camera and the broadcast version of its Advent Mantis MSAT Man Portable Data Terminal at IBC2012. MSAT is a highly portable tri-band satellite antenna system specifically designed for ease of use and rapid deployment.
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Gigawave is to launch a tiny, full-resolution HD micro camera at IBC that measures only 80x24x24mm (without lens) and weighs only 80g. It will be powered by a 10–18v DC supply, with HD-SDI video output via SMB connector, the camera is designed to deliver full broadcast quality images in demanding environments. The Vislink subsidiary claims the camera will be ideally suited to motorsport use (an area it has developed previous small cameras for), surveillance or even body-worn applications. The single-piece HD camera includes remote control functionality and can be directly connected with existing Gigawave on-board camera systems. Vislink will also introduce the broadcast version of its Advent Mantis MSAT Man Portable Data Terminal at IBC. MSAT is a highly portable tri-band satellite antenna system specifically designed for ease of use and rapid deployment. At 12.5 kilos, the Advent MSAT can be carried by one person. The system’s fully integrated design means that set up should only take minutes from arrival to satellite acquisition, making it ideal for rapid deployment field applications. The antenna comes with either a 65cm or 90cm reflector as standard and can be configured to be used in Ka, Ku and X bands. Power is supplied either from mains outlets or 12-36v DC supplies. As well as having interchangeable modem options, the system can also be specified to include an in-built Advent DVE encoder. http://gigawave.vislink.comwww.vislink.com By David Fox

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