Recent Posts tagged with wireless cameras

IBC 2019: Vislink to focus on video transport and wireless camera systems

Vislink Technologies will use IBC 2019 to launch the Microlite 3 transmitter, a compact HD solution that builds on its Microlite 2 device. The new model includes the Link Modulation Scheme – Terrestrial (LMST), a modulation technique that is compatible with all Vislink receivers and is said to be a good low-cost solution for video […]  More

Brazil’s TV Diário Goes Wireless at Festa do Divino Espírito Santo With IMT’s microLITE HD Links

When Brazil’s TV Diário, a TV Globo affiliate, was looking to offer its viewers in-depth coverage of its Festa do Divino Espírito Santo broadcast, it turned to Integrated Microwave Technologies (IMT) and its RF Central microLite Wireless Camera HD Links. Videodata, a Brazilian systems integrator and equipment supplier, in partnership with RTV Films, updated the […]  More

With Triple Crown No Longer in Play, NBC Regroups at Belmont

In just the second year since reuniting all three Triple Crown races on one network, NBC Sports Group found itself in a plum situation going into Saturday’s Belmont Stakes with the Triple Crown in play for the first time since 2008. That was until Friday morning, when trainer Doug O’Neill announced that I’ll Have Another […]  More

Baltimore Ravens Go Wireless with IMT’s Nucomm CamPac2 System

When the Baltimore Ravens were looking to make HD upgrades to the in-house video system at M&T Bank Stadium, they turned to Integrated Microwave Technologies’ (IMT) Nucomm CamPac2 Wireless Camera System. Comprised of the CamPac2 camera mounted transmitter and Newscaster DR2 diversity receiver, the system has been providing reliable, solid wireless coverage throughout the stadium […]  More

Astros Turn to Nucomm CP2 System For Wireless Fan Cam Needs

The Houston Astros currently rely on Nucomm’s CP2 Wireless Camera System for its stadium Fan Cam at Minute Maid Park in downtown Houston. In the constant battle against RF clutter, the team uses the Nucomm (part of Vitec Group’s Integrated Microwave Technologies) wireless system to capture fan reactions, in-game close up shots during inning break […]  More

Vancouver 2010: Broadcast Sports’ Wireless Transmission System Brings Never-Before-Seen Perspectives of Skiers

RF transmitters, receive infrastructure, monitoring and distribution facilities from Broadcast Sports, Inc. (BSI) are being used at the Winter Olympic Games.  BSI has implemented a marriage of remote controlled gyro-stabilized Cineflex camera systems with flexible receive infrastructure and intelligent diversity receive technology. This is a joint venture between RF Wireless Systems Inc. of Canada, and […]  More

Vancouver 2010: Pictrovision’s Cineflex Camera System Goes Wireless

When cameraman Chris Chanda of Aerial Camera Operations put together his gear package for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Games, he outfitted the Cineflex V14 gyro-stabilized HD camera system from Pictorvision with a new twist – wireless  capabilities. “While the previews were done with Pictorvision’s aerial gear, the producers also wanted low-profile shots of exciting visuals […]  More

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