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Miranda Expands Advanced Imaging XVP HD Interfacing Range

New, Upgradeable Modules - XVP cross- and downconverter, an upconverter, and a downconverter (April 19, 2005)

Miranda Technologies has announced that its award-winning Imaging Series XVP-801i up/down/cross HD converter and Dolby ETM decoder has been joined by an XVP cross- and downconverter, an upconverter, and a downconverter. These new XVP family interfaces all feature firmware that can be readily upgraded in the field to provide additional signal processing functionality, thereby offering feature flexibility without a heavy up-front investment. The interfaces are ideal for processing incoming satellite feeds in broadcast facilities, and for processing incoming lines for mobile production trucks. 

XVP-801i
Miranda's Imaging Series XVP-801i up/down/cross HD converter and Dolby ETM decoder has been joined by an XVP cross- and downconverter, an upconverter, and a downconverter, which all feature firmware that can be upgraded.
Another new Imaging Series module is the affordable QXC-801i HD crossconverter which offers interfacing between the popular HD standards, including 1080i and 720p.

Miranda will also be showing an enhanced range of its space efficient Densité Series interfaces, including the new DEC-1021 NTSC-to-SDI 3D/2D decoder, frame synchronizer, and proc-amp, which offers probing and streaming of the video over IP for more effective remote control and monitoring.

A simpler and lower-cost version of Miranda's iControl system, called iControl Solo, has also been launched. It was designed specifically to provide easy configuration and control of Miranda's Imaging Series and Densité Series interfacing and distribution modules from a PC over a standard IP network.

About Miranda

Miranda Technologies is a world-leading manufacturer of video and audio equipment for the broadcast, production, and post-production markets, with a range spanning interfacing and distribution, routing, master control switching and channel branding, multi-image display processors, and monitoring over IP systems. Headquartered in Montreal, Miranda also has major offices in Springfield (N.J., U.S.), Wallingford (Oxon, U.K.), Paris, Hong Kong, and Tokyo. The company's products are also represented worldwide by a network of professional distributors and dealers.

Visit Miranda at NAB2005 Booth SU7841


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