Latin America. As the SMPTE 2110 standard allows the broadcasters to advance towards IP convergence, Belden continues to develop tools for IP networks, either in category cable or fiber optics, to accompany them in this transition.
However, the American manufacturer does not leave the traditional wiring. In fact, recently renewed its range of coaxial SDI video, well known in the field of HD, to support the new demand for coaxial to support UHD (ultra HD) 4K signals without compression (12 Ghz).
The new family ranges from mini-coax for racking wiring and interconnection of equipment, to coaxial of RG11 caliber for long distances, between production forums. This new range has a pure copper conductor with a silver coating. The surface of this material provides minimum resistance and allows to carry a video signal with bandwidth to 12 Ghz without significant loss (in compliance with the SMPTE 2082 standard). This new series complements the development of teams that deliver UHD through a single BNC (avoiding dual or quadruple links).
Therefore, Belden has updated its safe distances table (which can be found at www.belden.com) to allow users to know what cable they require depending on the distance. Likewise, to prevent the connector from becoming a bottleneck, Belden has launched new BNC connectors for SDI-UHD, which tie with this new range of coaxial. The user can connect in the traditional way (3 pieces) or by compression (one piece BNC connectors).
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