Native Video Transport

PacketLight’s DWDM muxponder and transponder solutions reduce the number of fibers needed for native video and data transport applications between remote sites, cutting infrastructure costs and enabling carriers to add video services on top of their existing OTN metro or long haul backbone infrastructure.

One of the main challenges of the broadcast market is the ability to transport multiple native video streams in real time between different media centers for broadcasting live events, and processing sites and satellite locations effectively. PacketLight’s optical fiber transport solution enables broadcasters to share the same fiber or OTN infrastructure in the same way as other common telecommunication protocols such as Ethernet, SONET/SDH and Fibre Channel.

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Increasing fiber utilization and spectral efficiency of data transport reduces cost and operation complexity

Additional SD/HD/3G-SDI native video requirements include copper-based or optical interfaces, pathological pattern encoding schemes, and support for different video rates, all of which are supported by PacketLight solutions.

SD/HD-SDI and GbE Aggregation on WDM/OTN

SD/HD-SDI and GbE Aggregation on WDM/OTN

PacketLight’s muxponder and transponder solutions support a variety of video interfaces such as, SD-SDI, HD-SDI, 3G-SDI and DVB-ASI, as a common part of the optical and fiber network solution, seamlessly integrating without the need for external converters. The solutions enable broadcast companies and carriers to utilize existing optical transport network and/or dark fiber for cost-effective, managed video transport.

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