BroaMan Audio Video Network

BroaMan Audio Video Network

BroaMan audio video network devices are fiber-based devices necessary for routing, converting and multiplexing media on a large scale. The devices transport all types of signals, including digital and analog video, digital and analog audio, digital and analog intercom and all forms of control data on copper and fiber infrastructure. BroaMan devices take advantage of Optocore and SANE technology to provide reliable and master engineered audio transport and routing solutions, however it is also able to integrate any other open or closed fiber transport protocol. The products are designed to transport 3G/HD/SD-SDI video, digital and analog audio, 4-wire and digital AES-based intercom, Ethernet, serial data (RS485/422), tri-/bi-level sync, Word Clock and many more.




Products In Family

MUX22 Series

Fiber interfaces that transport, route and distribute audio, video, intercom and control data over one fiber optic cable.

Low-latency fiber repeaters that transport and distribute video and control data.

Very low-latency, protocol-independent fiber interfaces that transport, route and distribute video with audio intercom and control data.

Low-latency fiber repeaters that transport and distribute video and control data.


Market Applications

BroaMan provides HD/SD Video, Audio, Intercom, GPIO, data and LAN connections over a redundant fiber connections and is ideal for remote and studio broadcasts where media services are needed throughout a studio complex, stadium or concert hall. With fiber pairs video distribution between router and monitors, or from cameras to studio, together with intercom and audio program feeds can be sent between central equipment and the remote users and contributors. BroaMan provides for 3G/SD/HD Video, Analog audio, AES3, MADI and Intercom, so connections between Video Switchers, Audio Mixers, multi-media routers, monitor walls and loudspeakers and including intercom makes cabling much easier. With the Route66 AutoRouter, video signals from outlying MUX-22 units can be routed between studios under central control. The Repeat48 devices provide for conversion to fiber from electrical BNC systems and together with the Route66 provide a system solution for larger Broadcast campuses.

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