NEP's Broadcast Sports International (BSI) team is shortlisted for an IABM BaM Awards® 2020 for their development of the Mini Tx UHD - the world's smallest low-latency, UHD wireless transmitter. They have been nominated in the Connect category.
The Mini Tx UHD measures just 85mm long by 56 mm wide and 28mm deep, and was developed entirely in-house, including the development of a new mini encoder. BSI’s Mini Tx UHD can transmit in two entirely different frequency bands (e.g., 2GHz & 7GHz) via its software-defined radio, offering complete on-site spectrum flexibility without the need for changeable radio modules. But, even with its compact size, the Mini Tx UHD includes all the features expected from a traditional wireless video transmitter, and more, with pre-distortion, GPS, WiFi and a 3-axis accelerometer as standard and a dual UHF receiver to add robustness and flexibility to the camera control.
The IABM BaM Awards® 2020 will be streamed live on December 2nd. For more information, visit IABM's website here.