Torrance, CA, April 7, 2008 - Broadata Communications, Inc. (BCI) announces the release of a set of new fiber optic miniature products to transmit HD video (1080P +) over fiber optic cabling. The new units provide fiber optic extension/transport for DVI (4800 Series), HDMI (4800H Series), or RGB/YPbPr (4610 Series) with options to add stereo audio, RS-232/422, keyboard/mouse, and/or USB interfaces. This allows users to distribute any one of the three most popular high-definition video formats (DVI, HDMI, or RGB/YPbPr) over long distance through fiber optic cables. With the addition of support for audio and data capabilities, a wide variety of professional audio/video applications can be addressed, such as HDTV extension, digital signage, video wall, and KVM extension/distribution, in hotel board rooms, conventional centers, school campuses, churches and many other locations. The units’ miniature sizes allow for discrete placement and increased equipment densities over other industry offerings.
Due to the use of advanced digital fiber transmission technology, no user adjustment is required in these miniature fiber link systems (4800-4800H-4610 Series), enabling quick setup and trouble-free operation. These systems can support up to 1900x1200 HDTV video resolutions. Dr. Freddie Lin, CEO and President of BCI stated, “The 4800-4800H-4611 products are the most complete and flexible designs for transmitting high-definition video over fiber and can add a wide variety of fiber connectivity between advanced high-definition video cameras, flat panel displays and video matrix routers/switches, with the added benefits associated with diverse audio-data interfaces”.