Arista uses SDVoE tech for ARD-3002 transmitters and receivers

Arista Corporation has announced the ARD-3002 AV over IP multi-function transmitter/receiver series.

It combines SDVoE uncompressed 4K/60 4:4:4 AV over IP core technology with Arista’s video conversion technology. The system's copper/fibre interface transmitters and receivers are designed to address complex requirements in the transmission, switching, and distribution of hybrid video signal sources over long distances.

The ARD-3002 supports a range of video formats, including HDMI, DVI-D, 3G-SDI, and 6G/12G-SDI. The ARD-3002 receiver has options to incorporate dual and quad HDMI/SDI outputs. Various modules available for the ARD-3002 offer 4K transmitter with HDMI 2.0 loopback, a transmitter with legacy VGA input, a receiver with dual 4K HDMI 2.0 splitter output, a receiver with quad 4K HDMI 2.0 splitter output, and a receiver offering quad 3G-SDI splitter output.

Features include HDMI 2.0, HDR video, windowing and audio downmixing and audio embedding/de-embedding. The ARD-3002 provides multi-source video compositing capabilities for multi-view, picture-in-picture (PIP), and picture and picture capabilities (PAP) within the AV signal distribution system. The IP Flash Caster’s multi-source video compositing capability enables each receiver to combine multiple video sources onto a single display to accomplish PIP and PAP. 

Arista’s ARD-3002 provides video-splitting and bezel correction capabilities to create a full videowall of any size without additional equipment. The system’s multi-source video compositing capability enables each receiver to automatically split an incoming video and render only a portion of the image as part of a video wall. Configurable bezel correction support compensates for the thickness of the bezel to hide the pixels needing to be obscured by the display bezel. The ARD-3002 can be controlled via Web-enabled control software.

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