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HD Broadcast: Triax or Fiber?

Fischer Connectors Ltd
Written by Warren Kelly | Published in
First published: 19-11-2014
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Create DateNovember 19, 2014
Last UpdatedMarch 5, 2015

The production of television programs worldwide has seen a major technical evolution over the last years. While in the past one type of still camera was used, miniaturization, high definition solutions and the increase in camera types available have changed the landscape drastically. Technical evolution also increased the number of (live) productions on location, coupled with the digital TV channel explosion, and online viewing. To fulfill all of this, more content than ever is being acquired and produced.

The main goal is to have steady extremely high performance connections that don’t need to be plugged and unplugged regularly. Standard Triax cables with relatively larger diameter can easily be used to get the signal from the cameras to the production area, while Triax HD Pro+ connectors are also widely used.


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HD Broadcast: Triax or Fiber?

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