Bonded Cellular Live Video Contribution using Cutting-edge 3G/4G for News gathering, Sports & Live Events

Europe’s #1 Bonded Cellular Brand with Dual Encoders, DVB/ASI Output, Redundant Transmission Paths, Working IFB and more…  Click to learn What Makes AVIWEST Different?

Rent AVIWEST Bonded Cellular

Rent an AVIWEST Bonded Cellular System for your next Live Event. Broadcast Live from anywhere in the world to your master control or the web. VidOvation has a large inventory of DMNG PRO 110 and  DMNG PRO 180 Bonded Cellular Transmitters for  Camera Mount or Backpack Mount supporting Anton Bauer Gold and IDX V-Lock battery plates. DMNG StreamHub Receivers are also available for rent.  Battery rentals are also available for Anton Bauer Gold and IDX V-Lock. We can provide a camera operator for your next shoot.  Click below to book your rental.

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Evaluate the AVIWEST IP & Bonded Cellular Live Video Contribution System for Newsgathering, Sports, Live Events and more. See for yourself why AVIWEST is the # 1 Bonded Cellular brand in Europe. Experience higher video quality, Dual Hardware Encoders, DVB-ASI Output,  Secondary Redundant Transmission path via Microwave, Satellite, WAN & WIFI.  Broadcast Live from anywhere in the world to your master control or the web.  See why many networks are making the change to AVIWEST.  Click below to book your 30-day FREE evaluation today.

AVIWEST DMNG Bonded Cellular Video 

“Even with my 33 years of experience, I have never seen anything to compare with the DMNG PRO and the new flexibility we have in covering breaking news. Without having to deploy a truck, we can be much more spontaneous since we don’t have to look for high ground that’s free of trees or power lines, With just a couple of button pushes, we can be up and running to transmit a live shot from anywhere… The DMNG PRO has opened up a world of new possibilities for live shots not just for breaking news, but also for sports and local events.”  (Click for Press Release)

Mike Spissinger, Chief Photographer, WPSD