End your frustrations with video transmission & distribution!



VidOvation – Moving Video Forward – is a leading provider of video, audio, and data communications systems for the broadcast television and sports, corporate AV, and government markets, offering 50 years of combined experience. Encompassing wireless video, bonded cellular, video streaming, video networking, IPTV, and fiber optic communications systems, VidOvation solutions improve video transmissions by removing the frustrations of signal loss, latency, interference, noise, and security issues. VidOvation excels in helping its clients integrate custom solutions into existing infrastructure, with the ability to meet almost any application or budget. The company applies proven expertise on the complete project lifecycle — from project consulting and management to engineering and design, to warranty and support


What are the differentiators of the AVIWEST Bonded Cellular System compared to the competition?

The AVIWEST PRO180 family has always featured eight internal professional grade cellular modems.  Paired with each modem is a patented high gain antenna.  The combination of high-quality professional modems and patented high gain antennas maximize cellular connectivity and transmission reliability.  AVIWEST provides a robust transmission via 3G/4G, LAN, WIFI, Satellite and the public internet via the patented SafeStream III transmission protocol. Safestream provides a bullet-proof transport stream using advanced Forward Error-Correction (FEC), Automatic Repeat-reQuest (ARQ) and up to 100% Redundancy.  Our customers tell us that the AVIWEST PRO180 Bonded Cellular System outperforms the competition with superior connectivity and transmission reliability.  Watch the number #1 show on cable TV, Live PD on A&E Friday and Saturday nights.

How many cellular and IP connections does the AVIWEST PRO180 provide?

The AVIWEST PRO180 and PRO180+ Global both include up to 11 bonded IP connections via eight internal professional grade modems, 2 LAN connections, and WIFI for a total of 11 IP connections per video transmission. The standard PRO180 includes regional cellular modems.  The PRO180+ includes global cellular modems with support for most of the cellular networks deployed in the world, including Europe the Middle East, Africa, the United States, Canada, Latin America and most of Asia. Its versatility gives broadcasters the flexibility to travel everywhere in the world with a single unit without needing to replace its internal or external cellular modems.

What are the low latency or low delay wireless video options?

Many applications such as sports, studio, and cinema productions require a low latency camera mount wireless video solutions.  In sports a live video feed to a big screen showing live action of the field or ice requires very low latency.  In studio or cinema production low latency is required for video assist and for pulling focus.

The VidOlink Reacher family has options to transmit video 400, 1500 or 3000 feet with less than 3 msec latency.  Visit the VidOlink Reacher 400, VidOlink Reacher 1500 and VidOlink reacher 3000.  The VidOlink Reacher features good video quality at a moderate price point.   

For longer distances and the best Broadcast quality, the ABonAIR AB512 and AB507 transmit up to 2-mile range with 7 msec latency.  The AB512 Camera Mount Wireless Video Link includes Intercom and Camera Control.  The AB507 Camera Mount Wireless Video Link is a lower cost video only alternative to the AB512.

What TV content integrates with the VidOvation Enterprise IPTV system?

The VidOvation IPTV system can integrate live television content from DirecTV, Dish Network, Cable Televisions and more. Live internal video feeds from a studio, video conferencing system and other sources can also be integrated. Options are available to integrate an extensive library of media files to be played as video on demand (VOD). Options are available for digital video recording (DVR) to time-shift or record live television.

Do I need Digital Rights Management (DRM) for my Enterprise IPTV system?

In the case of DirecTV and Dish Network, they use encryption called Pro:Idiom and it can be

problematic. DirecTV and Dish Network will not turn off encryption unless you have an

approved DRM system or digital rights management system.  You want to make sure you ask your IPTV vendor, “Do you have an approved DRM system approved by DirecTV and Dish Network?” The VidOvation IPTV DRM system is approved by DirecTV and Dish Network.  DirecTV, Dish Network and the Studios all mandate encryption of all television IP streams with an approved DRM system.  The goal is to prevent copyright violations.  

What display devices can I use with my VidOvation IPTV system?

A typical RF coaxial television system is only going to allow for the distribution to specific

displays and TV’s.  Do you need to access video content over the corporate wide area network at the desktop, laptop, smartphone, tablet, set-top box, Smart TV, TVs, and Displays?  If yes, VidOvation IPTV is the right choices. The way users function and interact in the corporate

setting is rapidly changing. We are not bound to the displays in our offices, break rooms,

hallways, lobbies etc. We need to access our corporate content right at our fingertips on ANY

device. This is an absolute necessity for your enterprise content delivery network.

Can I integrate Digital Signage into the VidOvation Enterprise IPTV System?

Digital Signage is prevalent in every industry. You can run breaking news, welcome information, live event coverage and advertisements to the lobbies, hallways, break rooms, and more. Many digital signage display options are possible such as full screen, picture in picture and L-bar. The signage can be scheduled and automated.


Learn how to Design, Sell and Deploy an Enterprise IPTV & Digital Signage System – InfoComm 2018

In this training session, attendees will learn how to design a successful, impressive, cost-effective IPTV and digital signage system that suits a customer’s requirements and budget, including: what’s needed to successfully implement and support live TV distribution to every device. how to integrate a video-on-demand capability and full, multiplatform content library how to identify red flags and avoid the top costly project mistakes. DRM-related legal issues at stake.

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