Utah Scientific siwtched on

    Utah brings new family of I/O boards for the UTAH-400 router.
    SPECIAL REPORTS, Exhibitions coverage, Nab 2010


    Switcher developer Utah Scientific will demonstrate its new family of I/O boards for the UTAH-400 router at this year’s NAB.

    The new boards allow users to choose MADI audio and IP video input and output options as well as the existing analogue and digital video and audio options available, which include 3Gb/s support. The routing switchers include the full range of analogue, digital and HDTV systems and high density frame sizes (including 144 frame in 9RU, 288 frame in 16RU and 528 frame in 20 RU).

    The company will also show its new internal squeeze and graphics capabilities for the MC-4000 master control switcher and offer a preview of a new control panel option for its entire family of master control processors.

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