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Synchronization

  • Sonifex AVN-GMCS IEEE1588 PTP Grandmaster Clock with GPS

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    The AVN-GMCS is a PTPv2 grandmaster clock for use with AoIP applications. IEEE1588-2008 PTPv2 (precision time protocol) is used to synchronise all the nodes within a network. To achieve this one of the nodes must become the master clock and distribute time packets to the others. The AVN-GMCS is designed to perform this role simply [more]

  • Sonifex RB-SYA Analogue Video Sync Board For RB-SC2

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    The Analogue video sync board will accept a composite signal of NTSC (525), PAL (625) & SECAM (625) signals covered by SMPTE-170-M (NTSC) and ITU-R BT.470-6 (PAL & SECAM).

  • Sonifex RB-SYD Digital Video Sync Board For RB-SC2

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    The Digital video sync board will accept 270Mbps SD-SDI and HD-SDI signals covered by SMPTE-259-M-C (SD) and SMPTE-292M (HD).

  • Sonifex RB-SYE AES/EBU Sync Board For RB-TGHD

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    The AES/EBU sync board will accept a digital audio input signal with a sample frequency between 32kHz and 192 kHz. When using the RB-SYE sync board, the Channel Status information that is encoded in the input data signal is copied to all digital output channels on the RB-TGHD.

  • Sonifex RB-SYW Word Clock Sync Board

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    The Audio Clock sync board will accept a distributed clock running at the desired sample frequency between 32 kHz and 192 kHz. The signal can be differential or single ended TTL level.

  • Audio & Design SyncroGenius Master Clock

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    Master Clock Generator especially designed to cater for all video and digital audio synchronisation requirements within the post-production, studio & broadcasting industry. -Selectable input reference with auto detection of video formats. -All HD frame rates selectable in progressive scan & interlaced 1080 or 720. -All SD frame rates selectable and available independently of HD outputs. [more]