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Return Loss Chart for Bittree Mini WECo Long and Short 12G+ UHD 4K 8K Jacks

April 05, 2017

How to read the Return Loss chart for Bittree Mini WECo Long and Short  12G+ UHD 4K 8K Jacks? SMPTE ST 2082-1 is the standard developed by SMPTE (Society of Motion Pictures and Television Engineers) for the transmission of single link 12 Gbit/s signal on a coaxial cable, with a nominal impedance of 75 ohms.  The SMPTE ST 2082-1 red line on the chart represents the maximum return loss allowed for a component in the transmission path.  This return loss is an accurate way of measuring signal reflections.  Too great of a reflection can result in a complete loss of signal or bit errors.  Ideally, the entirety of the circuit would never exceed the maximum allowable return loss under this...

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Bittree to Showcase High-Density Fiber and Copper Keystone Data Patchbays at 2017 NAB Show

March 13, 2017

Bittree to Showcase High-Density Fiber and Copper Keystone Data Patchbays at 2017 NAB Show Flush-mount, modular panels bring benefits of company’s highly-regarded video and audio patching solutions to data-centric applications Glendale, CA – March 13, 2017 – Supporting the accelerating adoption of data-based systems in broadcast and professional A/V environments, Bittree is bringing a versatile array of flush-mount, high-density, modular keystone panels to the upcoming 2017 NAB Show (April 24-27 in Las Vegas). Available in fiber, copper and mixed configurations with a flexible choice of connection types, the new data patch panels will be demonstrated alongside the company’s latest video and audio patchbay innovations in booth SU6221 at the show. “From television broadcast facilities to audio recording studios and performing...

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