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World NEWS Embracing the new DVB-T2 standard A ctus Digital, a developer of web-based media monitoring, content repurposing and verification solutions for broadcasters, have announced its solutions Actus View and Actus QualiTV support the DVB-T2 standard, The World’s most advanced digital terrestrial television (DTT) system. DTT/DVB-T2 offers broadcasters more robustness, flexibility and at least 50% more efficiency than previous DTT systems; supporting SD, HD, mobile TV, or any combination thereof. Equipping NFL team with wireless camera system W hen the Carolina Panthers put the finishing touches on the HD upgrade to its in-house video control room, just in time for the start of the 2012 NFL football season, it turned to Nucomms CamPac2 (CP2) wireless camera system for its wireless transmission needs. The Panthers purchased two complete RF systems, including Nucomm’s CP2 camera-mounted transmitters and DR2 diversity receivers with camera control. The new RF system, along with a custom remote-location antenna mounting, provides the team with reliable, solid wireless coverage throughout Bank of America Stadium, including in locations not previously accessible. Next generation OLED field production monitor 1280x800 pixels and widest colour gamut of 110% thus achieving premium level status. Whilst it has exceptional features and facilities it is priced highly competitively at £1721, which is 35% lower cost than other equivalent models available today. F ollowing extensive market research and product development, Oxygen DCT has launched a new ‘next generation’, premium quality 7.67” OLED (organic light emitting diode) field production monitor for studio, outside broadcast, satellite news, engineering and field production. Picture quality derived from the propriety CM (colour management) technology engine gives outstanding rich colours, deep black detail and a colourimetry closely emulating legacy CRT monitors. As part of the company’s highly successful Evolution Pro P3 production monitor series, this latest introduction has the largest OLED screen (7.67”), the highest resolution display with 16 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE TV-BAY072DEC12.indd 16 07/12/2012 15:13