Latin America. Belden introduced a new series of coaxial (4855, 4505, 4694, 4794 and 4731), all of them prepared to support the UHD 12Ghz through a single coaxial (no need to do quad-link). These are copper conductors with silver, a material of minimum strength, suitable to carry a frequency as powerful and delicate as this.
"We want to give the customer the option to select the infrastructure with which he feels most comfortable: either IP or traditional (coaxial) or hybrid (taking into account the SFP modules for coax that caught the attention in the NAB expo) . We believe that the coax is a noble cable and simple to connect. That's why there's still a lot of life ahead, "said Juanma Cortes, manager of Belden Broadcast for Mexico.
Currently the user has two coaxial series: one that supports 6Ghz (known 1855, 1505, 1694, 1794 and 7731) and the new one, if you want to be prepared for UHD, now or in the future. " We have developed new BNC connectors that allow the 12Ghz to be transmitted without degrading the signal. Both 1 parts and 3 parts ".
In addition, also at the Las Vegas expo, Belden introduced a new family of modular panels for triax / Smpte camera connectors. It is a customizable patch panel solution, in which the user selects the different modules he needs. "It's a line that was absent in Belden's portfolio, and that has been incorporated after the recent purchase of Gepco," said Juanma Cortes.
"Finally, we also exposed what we call" CATsnakes ", that is, structured cabling that does the traditional audio snake function, only to carry audio over IP, double-lined for rugged use, multi-stranded copper conductor for maximum flexibility, And connectorized with anti-impact jacks, "he concluded.
For more information, please contact Juanma Cortes at email@example.com