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Apantac Launches New Extenders and Matrix Switches at NAB 2012

Apantac continues to expand its line of TAHOMA Multiviewers, MT HOOD Extenders & Switches, MAZAMA fiber, and CRESCENT signal processing solutions and is launching many new products at NAB 2012, booth N4806.

New to the TAHOMA Multiviewer series:
• MiniQ – Compact expandable: The MiniQ uses the Apantac t-link™ technology to configure its flexible outputs. A fully populated MiniQ 3 RU frame can be configured as 8 quad-splits with 32 windows on a single output. Any window can be freely adjusted. The MiniQ supports inputs ranging from composite to 3G SDI and can output up to 1920×1200 50/60Hz.

New to the MT HOOD Extenders & Switches series:• HDBaseT extender and receiver set with Ethernet and Power over Ethernet (POE)
• 4×4 and an 8×8 HDMI Matrix switch
• Dual Head KVM Extender to extends VGA, USB mouse, and keyboard over two CAT 5e/6 cables
• Dual Head KVM Extender to extends HDMI/DVI, USB mouse and keyboard over two CAT 5e/6 cables
• A USB Touch Screen Extender extends VGA with USB control over a single CAT 5e/6 cable
• VGA Skew Corrector – provides skew delay correction between the Red, Green and Blue VGA signals being transmitted over CAT 5e/6 cable.

New to the CRESCENT Signal Processing series:

• Universal Scaler – US-3500 – Converts inputs ranging from composite, component, VGA, DVI and HDMI into any SDI format (with Genlock.)
• Universal Scaler – US 3000 – Converts inputs ranging from composite, component, VGA, DVI and HDMI into any SDI format.
• MicroQ – Low cost quad-split that accepts a range of inputs including composite, SDI, HD-SDI, 3G HD-SDI and outputs up to 1080p in both HDMI and SDI.
• tWarp – Turns any output of a TAHOMA Multiviewer to portrait mode by turning it 90 or 270 degrees.

New to the MAZAMA Fiber Series:

• DVI Fiber Optic extender that passes true EDID using a single SC type fiber. Extends 1080p signals up to 1500 feet.
• Dual Link DVI Fiber Optic extender that supports resolutions up to 3840×2400. Extends signals up to 1000 feet.
• HDMI Fiber Optic extender that uses a single SC type fiber. Extends 1080p signals up to 1500 feet.
• DVI Fiber Optic fixed cable extender that extends 1080p signals up to 500 meters at resolutions up to 1920×1200.
• DVI Dual Link Fiber Optic fixed cable extender that extends Dual Link DVI signals up to 330 meters, using two multi-mode SC fibers.
• HDMI Fiber Optic extender that extends 1080p signals up to 500 meters over a single multi-mode SC fiber.

Apantac will be at NAB 2012 on booth N4806.

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