Aspen Optics launches video over fiber transceiver

FEBRUARY 17, 2009 -- Aspen Optics has launched the MetroBlazer MB2100 Video Optical Transceiver series to achieve long-distance transmission of real-time, undistorted, and uncompressed video signals.

FEBRUARY 17, 2009 -- Aspen Optics (search Lightwave for Aspen Optics) has launched the MetroBlazer MB2100 Video Optical Transceiver series to achieve long-distance transmission of real-time, undistorted, and uncompressed video signals.

The MB2100 Video Optical Transceivers, used as a pair, are designed to extend the reach of surveillance cameras with the use of singlemode optical fiber. Quality of convergence (QoC) is enhanced for effective interaction of video with data and voice in unified communications. The transceiver enables high-quality, "undeterred" video transmission in a "Plug-and-View" manner, according to the company.

The transceiver series is designed to offer simple Plug-and-View capabilities to connect surveillance systems, CCTV, and video cameras, just to name a few typical applications. The LED indicators enable users to check the operation status easily. To address the variance in standards from different countries, it is compatible for NTSC, PAL, and SECAM. MB2100 is reliable, compact and simple to maintain, the company asserts.

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