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Multidyne Launches DVI-5000 Transport System

The new DVI-5000 from Multidyne provides a long-haul, transport solution for high-quality (up to 2048x1536) DVI single-link and dual-link video sources via one fiber 5/23/2007 4:00 AM Eastern

Multidyne Launches DVI-5000 Transport System

May 23, 2007 8:00 AM




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The new DVI-5000 from Multidyne provides a long-haul, transport solution for high-quality (up to 2048x1536) DVI single-link and dual-link video sources via one fiber. The system also supports stereo audio and bidirectional data for monitor control. The system uses no compression with all-digital signal processing with no user adjustments or calibration.

The DVI-5000 provides a total throughput of up to 10Gbps. The system supports up to 2048x1536 pixels over one optical fiber without compression. The system requires non-proprietary single-mode fiber-optic cable with a transport distance of up to 15km. The DVI-5000 transmitter unit supports a loop-through input. The receiver provides two DVI outputs. The system supports EDID from any monitor. The EDID support is selectable between the loop-through monitor or internal generation on the transmit side.

Fiber-optic transport provides the capability for the separation of a video signal source and the monitor. For example, a computer or imaging device can be in a different location than the monitors. In many applications space is limited in the monitor area. With flatscreen technology, very little space is required. The computers or imaging devices can be in another room. Systems are available to transport DVI, HDMI, RGB video as well as audio, keyboard, and mouse control. Applications include commodity and stock exchanges, medical and MRI displays, advertising and signs, sporting and concert video displays, videowalls, digital cinema, radar displays, air traffic control, and military information displays.

For more information, visit www.multidyne.com.


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