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Tag Archives: 60 GHz Wireless
“How to Transmit Wireless 4K Video or 10 Gbps Data”
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
5:30 – 6:00 PM social hour and networking
6:15 – 8:00 PM technical meeting
Speaker: Jim Jachetta, VidOvation
The 60GHz band, with a 7GHz bandwidth, promises to provide wireless broadband network connectivity at distances of up to one kilometer at data rates up to 10 Gbps. In this presentation we’re going to look at some of the different challenges that 4K video presents in wireless transmission. If you’re a broadcaster, you might be looking for higher resolution. If you’re a sports league, you might want a higher frame rate for instant replay. We’ll touch on some of these subjects and we’ll share with you some of the future developments in the area of 4K wireless video transmission.
Jim Jachetta Bio:
Jim Jachetta is co-founder, CTO, Executive VP, and chief problem solver of VidOvation. With over 30 years of experience in designing, integrating and delivering wireless, fiber optic, and IP communication and transmission systems, Jim drives VidOvation to create solutions using world class technology to make the “impossible” and “never been done before” a cost effective, everyday solution.
Jim’s expertise includes streaming video and webcasting, wireless video communications, IPTV, video over wired IP and Ethernet networks, CATV and RF video transport over category cable, video over category cable and coax, and video and RF over fiber optic cable and fiber optic networks. Jim and his team have produced results for many organizations by implementing comprehensive systems for the NHL, NFL, Pentagon, The Las Vegas City Center, and the US Marine Corps to name a few.
In addition, Jim Jachetta has authored multiple articles and white papers including a chapter on Fiber Optic Transmission Systems in National Association of Broadcasters Engineering Handbook and has a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from NYU Polytechnic University. Jim rounds out his design and implementation expertise as a co-author on two patents.
NHL In-Net GoalCam’s rely on VidOvation’s 60 GHz Wireless HD SDI goal-line technology.
You may have seen it in the news, the incredible Anton Stralman goal-line save of game four in the NHL finals. This play may have been a determining factor whether the Rangers would be swept by the Kings. These crucial moments of play are what has led sports to the climactic level they’ve reached in entertainment media. It is an absolute necessity to have these high quality shots on the goal-line even if that means using alternative technologies. The NHL choose to bring in a solution from VidOvation. The In-net GoalCam’s use 60 GHz Wireless HD SDI to transport video seamlessly back to headquarters. From their, the feed can either be used for sports officiating purposes or as a beautiful shot of the goal-line on the networks. Sports fans are loving shots like the one seen below.
Goal-line technology is vital for two major reasons:
- Sports fans demand calls be made correctly.
- Great goal-line view’s heighten entertainment!
Just take a look at the shot captured below. It illustrates precisely what is so great about using 60 GHz Wireless HD SDI Video Transmission!
If your are currently seeking out alternatives such as HD SDI Wireless Video for your project, give us a call, we’d love to help you! We also have a great whitepaper on the NHL’s project here.
Save Money with 60GHz Wireless
We understand the pain of projects hindered by the limitations of traditional cable & wireless. That’s why on Thursday, the 26th of June, we will be hosting a webinar on the 60GHz Wireless broadcasting solutions for remote & hostile locations. We will introduce ways in which you can keep under budget, whilst choosing the ideal technology & spectrum for your projects. By the end of the session, you will be an expert on the array of wireless alternatives and understand how to create a reliable wireless system for your own unique project.
60GHz for YOUR project
Your own project is no doubt different in some way from every other. It’s full of its own set of anomalies & issues. The best way to learn how to deal with these struggles is by using a strong example. In our webinar, we will use the NHL GoalCam project as an example as we walk through the underlying restraints of the project, the budget decisions, RF bands alternatives, licensed vs. unlicensed spectrums, polarization, and ultimately what made 60 GHz Wireless their best option.
The availability of 60 GHz Wireless opens up a whole new set of operational improvements for broadcasters. If you want to learn more about it, you know where to go!