2018 NAB Show Preview: Field production including bonded cellular solutions
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The 2018 NAB Show begins in just days at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The annual show brings together the media, entertainment and technology (known as “M.E.T.”) world for diverse discussions and insights into where the broadcast world is headed alongside the largest trade show for new equipment, software and hardware for production.
Along with our extensive coverage of all the pre-show news and announcements, the top sessions to attend and even the best NAB Show parties; we’ve prepared a series of NAB Show Preview articles to help you plan your show floor experience, brought to you by Leyard and Planar.
This guide covers field production, including solutions for ENG transmission – such as bonded cellular.
We hope you’ll use our guide as a starting point for your show schedule alongside the “Map Your Show” tool from the NAB Show.
Central Hall — C2025
Dejero CellSat will make its NAB debut in April. The new technology presents remote broadcasters with a unique choice of transmission options; bonded cellular-only or a blended cellular and satellite transmission path. This choice allows broadcasters to take advantage of the convenience and cost savings of cellular networks and the robustness of satellite networks.
Central Hall — C4315
Central Hall — C2617
Ahead of the 2018 NAB Show, LiveU announced a new portable unit, the LU600, which enhances video quality, reliability, speed, video performance, low-latency, and more.
The product also includes 4K SDI offerings and built-in global roaming capabilities.
South Lower Hall — SL5122
Quicklink will showcase its studio-in-a-box solution, designed for remote productions.
Central Hall — C1707
Central Hall — C6906
VidOvation will highlight a new video uplink system known as the Aviwest Pro380 Series, placing a H.265/HEVC bonded cellular encoder and transmitter into a compact design.
Explore more of our NAB Show Preview series to help map your show floor visit, including lighting design, display technology, weather and traffic systems, production switchers, music and much more.