L2Tek IBC Press Release

L2Tek IBC Press Release

This will be L2Tek’s first year exhibiting at IBC, after a decade in the industry building established relationships with customers and suppliers large and small. Featuring prominently on their stand will be Semtech and Cambridge Electronic Industries, two of L2Tek’s longest serving suppliers. Both having their own demos on display.

On the stand L2Tek will be demonstrating a number of their suppliers with SDI and IP video being transmitted through 12G SDI as well as streams adhering to SMPTE 2022 and SMPTE 2110. Furthermore, the demo will also incorporate Precision Timing Protocol (PTP), the master of which being a Stagebox, video over IP solution co-developed with CoreEl. All of the above taking place in a professional broadcast environment.

L2Tek will also be outputting the streams through Semtech ProAV’s Aptovision technology, part of the SDVoE alliance. Taking uncompressed 4k video with zero latency from HDMI 2.0 over 10G ethernet to a quad-display videowall output with further support for HDR, high-fidelity video scaling, windowing and audio downmixing.

Semtech is a leading supplier of high-performance analog and mixed-signal semiconductors and are exhibiting key parts of their portfolio for the broadcast market at IBC. Including a live demonstration of their devices supporting 12G UHD-SDI, interoperating with solutions from Cambridge Electronic Industries, Embrionix, and others.

Their broad range of multi-rate and award winning 12G UHD-SDI silicon covers the full bandwidth requirements of future UHDTV-1 systems without sacrificing performance at today’s mainstream rates. Futureproof your SDI designs with Semtech’s industry leading signal-integrity and processing. Utilise their extensive, on-chip diagnostic features, and quickly and easily understand what is happening in your designs.

Semtech continues its more than 25-year tradition of supplying industry-leading devices to the broadcast market, supported by the semiconductor industry’s most-experienced, broadcast-focused technical support team.

Also featuring prominently on the L2Tek stand will be Cambridge Electronic Industries, a specialist designer and manufacturer of coaxial connectors and cable assemblies for the Broadcast market On L2Tek’s stand in Hall 10 location F24 you will be able to see their range of ‘CoaxVision’ Precision 75 Ohm connectors and cable assemblies.

The full range includes BNC, Micro BNC and DIN 1.0/2.3 connectors in various configurations to suit any application up to 12G-SDI which require 4K HD and Ultra HD optimised broadcast solutions. Their Micro BNC connectors are designed with the new generation of compact, lightweight broadcast cameras in mind. Diagonal dual port and stacked configurations are available to allow increased packing densities, whilst still meeting the requirements of the standard PCI card applications.

Cambridge Electronic Industries have been at the forefront in Coaxial connector design and manufacture for the Broadcast market for many years and are the first choice of global OEM’s. They are also happy to provide a custom design service for both connectors and cable assemblies at their head office in Waterbeach, Cambridge, UK. which is also home to our manufacturing and integrated solutions division.

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