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NEWS BVE 2014 Bluebell MW Video Systems B G VE will see the introduction of a new signal transport platform for Outside Broadcast and Infrastructure applications. With the drive to 4k and 3G systems the PW140 Series from Bluebell offers a universal SDI signal transport over fibre in a compact 1RU frame. At the heart is a processor which provides simultaneous multiplexing and de- multiplexing of the signals presented to it from the input/output cards. The initial base configuration provides 6 x bidirectional HD-SDI signals over 2 fibres or 10G Ethernet. With the addition of audio, data and Ethernet I/O cards, the PW Series offers an optical backbone for all demanding signal transport applications. When used with CWDM optical multiplexing 96 x HD-SDI signals can be transported over a single fibre. Bluebell will also be demonstrating Net Caddie, a new compact camera interface using the revolutionary “Stagebox by BBC Research & Development” technology. Net Caddie allows HD- SDI to be injected directly into a standard network environment, bringing IP to the camera. Net Caddie transforms the entire cameras bidirectional linear control, audio and video signals into packet based IP protocols, all on a single Cat6 cable to simplify workflows and rigging. Operators can now plug cameras direct into a venues Gigabit infrastructure for the distribution of live camera feeds. By using “Stagebox by BBC Research & Development” technology with 100MB/s AVC-I compression, the HD-SDI is converted and carried over the network in full broadcast quality video. This allows a remote camera to be used directly in the production environment and provides video, audio and ancillary information over a time synchronous network. Most importantly the system is completely synchronised providing an IP equivalent to a genlocked SDI system. Stand L62 40 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 86 FEBRUARY 2014 lobal broadcast furniture specialists MW Video Systems will be presenting the latest in their range of technical furniture, suitable for the broadcast and media industry at BVE. A standard edit desk will be available; a high quality and easy to assemble ergonomic workstation, available in a variety of configurations and finishes. It is a quick and simple solution for use in non-linear, editing, graphics and audio suites as well as post production studios. A truly custom designed console, suitable for master control rooms, will also be demonstrated at the show. It's smooth curves, ergonomic features and striking finish is just an example of the aspects which can be completely customised. In addition, a selection of Evolution media walls, suitable for larger flat screen monitors, as well as Novus ergonomic desk accessories will also be available to view. With over 30 years in the industry, MW Video Systems operate from a 15,000 sq. ft. factory based in Romsey, Hampshire. Using award winning AutoCAD software and draughtsmen experienced in ergonomic furniture design, your custom designed desk or even complete control room can be visualised immediately from the 3D rendered drawing. Stand P07 BroadcastShow Studio E52 A s the official channel of BVE 2014 tv-bay's BroadcastShow studio will be streaming live debates, discussions and interviews throughout the 3 days of the show. To participate, contribute or send our roaming camera crew to a stand of your choice then tweet @BroadcastShow #bvexpo or email To watch the live stream go to or