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QuStream To Launch 3Gen Ocelot At NAB 2009

QuStream Corporation will showcase new additions to the Ocelot range on Stand N3421 at NAB 2009.
QuStream have announced the QuStream Ocelot 3GEN, a high performance 3G video router in a compact package.
The Ocelot 3GEN video router comes as either a 16x8 or 16x16 and both versions are housed in a single rack unit package. The Ocelot 3GEN supports all SMPTE standard data rates from 143Mbps to 3Gbps with auto-equalisation on all inputs. Auto-rate sensing and reclocking capability is standard on all outputs with full support for DVB-ASI on every path. A reference input is provided which is capable of accepting analog black burst in NTSC or PAL formats. The unit can be equipped with single or dual power supplies and is compatible with all existing Ocelot control panels. Using the standard QuStream PRC (four wire, RS422) interface, Ocelot 3GEN can be controlled from 3500PRO or PERC2K system controllers. Ocelot 3GEN is the perfect add-on to existing Pesa or QuStream systems to provide 3G, 1080p switching when only a small number of inputs and outputs are needed.
The compact size Ocelot clear provides a clear advantage over other routers in the same classification where space matters.
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