Aerospace and Security, Tactical Communications and Surveillance, Carlsbad, CHPT

By: Gms  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Style Packaging

Key Features:

  1. 7-15W of RF Power Output (Band Dependent)
  2. Frequency Bands up to 7.2GHz Available
  3. Compact "Brick" Style Packaging for Space-Critical Installations
  4. Internal forced air cooling eliminates need for external heat sink.
  5. 12VDC, and 28VDC Power Options Available
 Model Input Formats  Encoding
 CVBS, SD-SDI  MPEG2, MPEG4 (Low Latency 4:2:0)
 CVBS, SD-SDI, HD-SDI, ASI  AVC/H.264 (4:2:0)

Keywords: Style Packaging

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