Sony PCS-G70S video conferencing system

PCS-G70S
Visual Communications System
TM
VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS
PCS-G70S
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The High-End Sony PCS-G70S – Quality Visual
Communications System with the Utmost in Flexibility
Videoconferencing systems continue to evolve as we enter a new era of visual
communication. Sony is leading this evolution by staying ahead of the latest technological
trends in videoconferencing and developing systems that meet our customers' demands.
The high-end PCS-G70S visual communications system is our latest solution to meet the needs
of our power users.
The PCS-G70S boasts a maximum video transfer rate of 4 Mb/s over an IP network, and it
provides the highest resolution video of all models in the PCS Series. By adopting the H.263
video codec/4CIF format, the PCS-G70S produces image resolution comparable to that of
standard TV broadcasts. It can also switch to the H.264 video codec for higher throughput
and revert to previous versions of the ITU-T videoconferencing codecs to maintain
compatibility with legacy systems.
As with other PCS Series models, the PCS-G70S, with its internal MCU (Multi-Control Unit)
capability, supports simultaneous multi-point videoconferences with six (6) endpoints, and a
maximum of 10 endpoints when two PCS-G70S units are cascaded. The PCS-G70S bridges
mixed calls between an ISDN network and an IP network, and speed matches (by connecting
at the endpoint respective speeds) without lowering the performance of the entire system.
Other key features of the PCS-G70S include a site-name display function, support for up to
five monitors that display far-end sites in addition to the main monitor, and a dual-camera
input with dual-stream support, which can be used to provide more video coverage.
A unique feature that records audio and video to Memory Stick ® media allows you to
store accurate records of your videoconference. Still more useful tools include an optional
tracking camera and a streaming capability.
The PCS-G70S also incorporates features such as data sharing, QoS support functions, an encryption
function, and digital whiteboard support, which are all useful features for quality of videoconferencing.
As we enter a new era of visual communication, the feature-rich PCS-G70S will meet user
needs for high-end and large-venue videoconferencing applications.
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FEATURES
High-Quality Video/High-Speed
Network Connection
Multi-Point Videoconferencing at up
to 10 Sites Fig 1
The PCS-G70S provides excellent picture quality
over both ISDN (H.320) and IP (H.323) networks and
fully supports the latest non-proprietary ITU-T H.264
video codec standard for maximum customer
confidence and flexibility. When video encoding is in
accordance with the H.263 protocol, the PCS-G70S
supports the 4CIF format at a maximum frame rate
of 30 fps, and when in H.264 protocol, it supports
the interlaced SIF format at 60 fields per second.
In addition, the PCS-G70S can achieve a maximum
bandwidth of 4 Mb/s with an IP connection, and up to
2 Mb/s with an ISDN connection using an optional
PCSA-PRI ISDN unit. This combination of high-quality
codec and high-speed network support provides
video quality comparable to standard TV
broadcasts.
Using optional MCU software, the PCS-G70S can
be configured to communicate with up to 5 remote
videoconferencing sites (6 sites total) simultaneously
using either an IP (H.323 protocol) or ISDN (H.320
protocol) connection. It can also support
videoconferences in which the connections are a
combination of IP and ISDN using a bridging
function. And because the PCS-G70S has a
"speedmatching" function, it maximizes performance
by not reducing the higher speed connection to
match the lower speed connection, as is done with
some videoconferencing systems. Moreover, two
PCS-G70S units - each installed with the optional
MCU (H.323) software - can be cascaded with an IP
connection to support a maximum of 10
simultaneous sites. What is unique about the
PCS-G70S is that it provides high quality, H.264
CIF video and clear MPEG-4 AAC audio, even in a
multi-point videoconference. And of course, the
PCS-G70S allows users to expand from a peer-topeer videoconference to a multi-point
videoconference by simply dialing up new
connections.*1
The recommended camera for this system is the
BRC-300, a 16:9/4:3 switchable 3CCD camera that
provides exceptional quality video. Other optional
cameras supported are the PCSA-CTG70 tracking
camera and the PCSA-CG70 camera unit.
*2
The PCS-G70SP supports a maximum of 50 fields per
second in interlaced SIF format.
*1
When adding a new endpoint on the same network (IP or
ISDN), the system will default to the lowest resolution
video standard of all endpoints
PCS-G50
(optional)
PCS-G50
(optional)
IP
IP
PCS-TL30
ISDN
ISDN
IP
IP
PCS-TL50
PCS-G70S
ISDN
PCS-1
IP
PCS-TL50
PCS-G70S
IP
PCS-TL50
PCS-1
Fig 1 Multi-Point Videoconferencing at up to 10 Sites
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TOKYO
LONDON
+
BERLIN
NEW YORK
TOKYO
LONDON
BERLIN
SYDNEY
BEIJING
BEIJING
NEW YORK
Fig 2 Site-Name Display
Simulated images
Multiple Display Output
Voice Switching
In addition to the main monitor output, the PCS-G70S
can support up to five additional monitors that can
be used to display the five other far-end sites in a
6-way videoconference.
The PCS-G70S defaults to voice switching, which
displays the far-end site that is actively talking on
the monitor when the unit is in full-screen mode.
In continuous-presence mode, the site that is
actively speaking is displayed on the largest of the
six sub screens, and the near-end site is displayed on
the sub screen where the original far-end site was.
Site-Name Display
Fig 2
During multi-point videoconferences, it can be
difficult to keep track of all of the participants;
however, with the PCS-G70S site-name display
function, this is no longer the case. The PCS-G70S
can display anything from company or branch
names to geographical locations on a monitor,
allowing videoconference participants to keep
track of all parties. This function is available both
on a single monitor in continuous-presence mode
and on multiple monitors.
FAR 1
Fig 3
FAR 2
FAR 3
FAR 4
FAR 1
NEAR
FAR 4
FAR 5
NEAR
If FAR 5 is talking
FAR 3
FAR 2
FAR 5
If FAR 2 is talking
Fig 3 Voice Switching in Continuous Presence Mode
Flexible Display Patterns at All Sites
In addition to conventional patterns of display – such
as showing the far-end site on a full screen or
displaying near-end and far-end sites in picture-inpicture mode – a variety of other display patterns are
available with the PCS-G70S. Supporting both
4-screen and 6-screen continuous-presence modes,
the PCS-G70S can display the most appropriate
pattern to match the number of sites that are
connected. In both full-screen and continuouspresence modes, the following two display options
are available:
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Fixed Site
As its name suggests, the selected far-end site is
continuously displayed on the monitor when the unit is
in full-screen mode. In continuous-presence mode the
selected far-end site is displayed in the largest of the six
sub screens, and the other sites are fixed as well.
Audiovisual (A/V) Recording to
Memory Stick Media
Dual Camera and Split Picture
Support (H.239 Dual Stream) Fig 4
Capturing audio and video during a videoconference
is important to keep a record of what was conveyed
during a conference. With the PCS-G70S, audio and
video displayed on the main monitor can be
recorded*2 directly to Memory Stick® media in
MPEG-4 format and can be played back on any PC
using QuickTime® media player.
The PCS-G70S can be configured with two
cameras, which is ideal for covering large
conference rooms or for capturing video of a
specific area of interest during a videoconference.
Video data from each camera can be sent as
separate streams and displayed on dual monitors,
or the data can be combined to form a single
stream and viewed on a single monitor.
*2
AV recording is not supported when AES is active. Also,
presentation data cannot be recorded.
A
B
Main Camera
(optional)
C
Main Camera
(optional)
Sub Camera
(optional)
A
D
B
Sub Camera
(optional)
C
H.239 Dual Stream
D
A
B
C
D
Main Camera
Video
H.239 Dual Stream
Sub Camera
Video
C
Main Camera
Video
Sub Camera
Video
A
D
Dual Monitor Mode
B
Dual Monitor Mode
Dual Camera/Dual Stream
A
B
Main Camera
(optional)
A
Sub Camera
(optional)
B
Single Stream
A
B
A
A
+
B
+
B
A
A
B
B
OR
A
B
A
B
Dual Camera/Single Stream
Fig 4 Dual Camera and Split Picture Support
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High-Quality Cameras
Data-Sharing Capabilities/Digital
Whiteboard Support
The BRC-300, providing outstanding image quality
with a switchable 16:9/4:3 aspect ratio, is the
preferred camera for the PCS-G70S system.
Images produced by this camera can make your
videoconferences look as if you are actually meeting
face to face. Of course, the optional PCSA-G70 is
available for standard 4:3 images.
Tracking Camera
During a videoconference, manually controlling the
camera so that the person speaking is visible at the
far end can be a tedious task. With the optional
PCSA-CTG70 tracking camera, this is no longer an
issue. The following three modes are available:
Speaker Tracking Mode
Using voice-directional detection and face recognition
functions, the camera automatically adjusts its angle
and zoom settings to center the active speaker’s face
in the screen.
Next Face Centering Mode
The Remote Commander® unit can be used to pan the
camera to the left and right so that it captures
participant’s faces one-by-one. This mode works in
such a manner that when the camera is moved in
either direction, the face recognition function
automatically stops and centers the camera on the
next participant that it locates.
Presenter Mode
In this mode, the camera uses movement detection
to track and center a moving speaker. Presenter
mode is ideal for use when you prefer to track a
specific speaker, such as during a lecture.
Data originated on your PC can be shared with your
videoconferencing counterparts, making communication
even more effective. Any image that can be displayed
on a PC can be sent or received*3 in native XGA
resolution, allowing all parties to share data during a
videoconference. In addition, information drawn up
on a digital whiteboard*4 can also be viewed in real
time by all parties participating in a videoconference
or captured and stored for later reference.
*3 Sending data requires the optional PCSA-DSB1S Data Solution
Box (DSB); however, the DSB is not required for receiving data.
*4 Please contact your local Sony sales office for information
on compatible digital whiteboards.
Built-in Streaming Function
Fig 5
To broadcast*5 your videoconferences to a large
audience, for example, with educational lectures or
live corporate speeches, the PCS-G70S features a
built-in streaming function that allows remote users
to log on from any PC using an Internet browser.*6
Simply enter the URL provided by the PCS-G70S
administrator into your Internet browser, and you can
have instant access to the active audio and video
from the PCS-G70S. With this useful feature,
hundreds of people with access privileges can view
and listen to your videoconference session from
almost any location that has access to a network.
*5
*6
The system must be configured with a multicast router.
Recommended system requirements: Microsoft Windows®
XP, Microsoft Internet Explorer® 6.0 or higher, and
QuickTime 6.0 or higher.
Professor/Lecturer
(Main Campus)
Students
(Satellite Campus)
NETWORK
BRC-300
3-CCD Color Video Camera
PCSA-CTG70
Tracking Camera
Simulated images
Fig 5 Built-in Streaming Function
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Superb Sound
Fig 6
The PCS-G70S reproduces clear and natural-sounding
audio using MPEG-4 AAC (Advanced Audio Coding)
at 14 kHz. And a built-in echo cancellation system
minimizes unwanted echoes during a videoconference.
The PCS-G70S is also compatible with a number of
Sony external microphones and speakers, including
unidirectional and omnidirectional models.
Professional A/V integrators will particularly
appreciate the power and flexibility of this system to
be customized for best application match.
Easy-to-Use Remote Commander
Unit/Intuitive GUI Fig 7
The PCS-G70S has a number of features that make
it easy to operate. The cursor keys on the Remote
Commander unit can be used to select and call any
one of three contacts, which are pre-programmed
and displayed in the Launcher Menu. Up to 500
contacts can be stored in the PCS-G70S common
phone book for quick and easy dialing. In addition,
the unit supports a call history log, which stores the
last 32 incoming and outgoing calls so that the user
can readily select and dial a recent contact.
For exceptional sound quality in rooms with
conference tables in a U-shape or in a classroom
layout, the optional unidirectional PCSA-A7
microphone is ideal. Up to 80 units can be daisy
chained to ensure that all participants sitting near
a microphone can be heard.
Launcher Menu
PCSA-A7 (Classroom Layout)
Phone Book
Simulated images
Fig 7 Graphical User Interface
PCSA-A7 (U-Shaped Conference Table)
Fig 6 Superb Sound
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Stylish Design
With its elegant design and optional stands for both
the camera unit and the codec unit, the PCS-G70S
can fit into even the classiest of conference rooms.
In addition, if you wish to place the camera above a
30” to 50” PDP/LCD TV or monitor, a convenient
optional camera/codec stand, the PCSA-STG50, is
available. This stand neatly houses the codec so that
it is behind the TV or monitor and allows the camera
to be placed above for more natural eye contact
during videoconferences.
Memory Stick Media Support*7
Private phone books can be created and stored on
Memory Stick media. By simply inserting the
Memory Stick media into the PCS-G70S, the unit
automatically recognizes and activates the private
phone book, thereby eliminating the need to re-enter
contact information to place a call.
Memory Stick media has a number of other uses,
such as storing captured images, PC-generated data,
and digital whiteboard drawings. The media can also
be used for installing and updating software.
*7
In addition to Memory Stick Media, Memory Stick PRO™
and Memory Stick DUOTM with an adaptor can be used.
Secure Videoconferencing –
Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)
Secure videoconferencing over a network is possible
because the PCS-G70S supports AES 128-bit
encryption. The PCS-G70S offers two encryption
modes with an IP connection, one that complies
with the ITU-T H.235 standard, which allows
encrypted communication with other H.235
compliant systems, and another that is Sony
proprietary, which is ideal when connecting to
other PCS Series systems and offers higher
security. When either of these encryption modes is
active, video, audio, and graphics are encrypted
for the duration of the videoconference.
PCS-G70 Codec Unit Rear Panel
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QoS (Quality of Service)
Enhancement Functions
When holding a videoconference over a network, a
common concern is how to maintain video and audio
quality when the performance of the network is
changing. The PCS-G70S provides three advanced
functions*8 to enhance QoS over a network:
Adaptive Rate Control (ARC)
The adaptive rate control function automatically varies
the video data transfer rate to meet changing network
conditions. It also selects the most appropriate frame
rates, which helps prevent video breakup.
Real-time Auto Repeat Request (ARQ)
The real-time ARQ function recovers lost IP packets.
This is achieved by buffering the packets at the
encoder and resending any that are lost. This feature
helps maintain audio and video quality, and helps
prevent picture collapse even under high network
traffic conditions.
Forward Error Correction (FEC)
The PCS-G70 employs an FEC function that corrects
errors in transmission at the receiving end. If a
transmission error occurs, the PCS-G70S can repair the
data and accurately reproduce the original
video signal.
*8
When hybrid mode is selected, the best balance between
these QoS functions is automatically set to match
network conditions.
SAMPLE SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
BRC-300
Camera (optional)
PCSA-CG70
Camera (optional)
Projector
(optional)
PCSA-CTG70
Tracking Camera
(optional)
PC (optional)
Speakers (optional)
Monitor (optional)
PCSA-DSB1S
(optional)
PCSA-A7 (optional)
Far-End Monitors
(optional)
Main Monitor
(optional)
Digital Whiteboard
(optional)
PCS-G70S
PCS-G70S
PC (optional)
PCSA-PRI (optional)
IP NETWORK
ISDN
PCSA-B768S
(optional)
PCS-1
PCS-TL50
PCS-TL30
PCS-1
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
BRC-300
PCSA-CTG70
PCSA-CG70
PCSA-DSB1S
3-CCD Color Video Camera
Tracking Camera Unit
Standard Camera Unit
Data Solution Box
PCSA-PRI
PCSA-B768S
PCSA-B384S
PCSA-M0G70
ISDN Unit (6 BRI)
ISDN Unit (3 BRI)
H.320 MCU Software
ISDN Unit
PCSA-M3G70
H.323 MCU Software
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OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
PCS-A1
PCSA-A3
Echo-cancelling Microphone
(4 mics per package)
Omnidirectional Microphone
Unidirectional Microphone
EVI-D70
EVI-D100
PCSA-STMG70
Communication
Video Camera (black)
Communication
Video Camera
Codec Stand
PCSA-A7P4
RECOMMENDED DATA PROJECTORS
VPL-CX86
VPL-PX41
VPL-FX52
3000 ANSI Lumens
XGA (1024 x 768 Resolution)
3500 ANSI Lumens
XGA (1024 x 768 Resolution)
6000 ANSI Lumens
XGA (1024 x 768 Resolution)
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EVI-D70/W
Communication
Video Camera (white)
PCSA-STCG70
Camera Stand
SPECIFICATIONS (PCS-G70S)
Video
Signal system
Standards
Resolution
Frame rate
Bit rate
Audio
Bandwidth and coding
Echo cancellation
PCS-G70S: NTSC
H.261 (Annex D), H.263 (Annex D,F), H.263+ (Annex J), H.263++
(Annex U,W), H.264, MPEG-4 SP@L3, H.239 Video and Presentation
Data Support*, H.239 Dual Video Stream Support
SQCIF (128 x 96, reception only), QCIF (176 x 144),
CIF (352 x 288), 4CIF (704 x 576, H.263 only), Interlaced SIF
(H.263, H.264 only)
Max. 30 frames/s (H.261, H.263, H.263+, H.263++, H.264, and
MPEG-4 SP@L3)
Interlaced SIF Mode (PCS-G70S: 60 fields/s)
Up to 4 Mb/s in H.323 (Incl. audio)**
Up to 2 Mb/s in H.320 (Incl. audio) when configured with the
PCSA-PRI
Up to 768 Kb/s in H.320 (Incl. audio) when configured with the
PCSA-B768S
Up to 384 Kb/s in H.320 (Incl. audio) when configured with the
PCSA-B384S
G.711: 3.4 kHz at 56/64 Kb/s
G.722: 7.0 kHz at 48/56/64 Kb/s
G.722.1: 7.0 kHz at 24/32 Kb/s (H.323)
G.728: 3.4 kHz at 16 Kb/s
G.723.1: 3.4 kHz at 5.3/6.3 Kb/s (H.323)
G.729: 3.4 kHz at 8 Kb/s (H.323)
MPEG-4 AAC (mono) 14 kHz at 64/96 Kb/s (H.323)
at 48 Kb/s (H.320)
Noise Suppressor included
Automatic Gain Control included
Graphics
XGA
1024 pixels x 768 lines (H.263), with PCSA-DSB1S
4CIF
704 pixels x 576 lines (H.261 Annex D and H.263)
Picture in Picture
Sub screen size
4.3" (256 x 192), One of four corners
ITU-T Standards (excludes audio/video standards)
H.221
Bonding
H.225.0
H.233
H.234
H.235
H.239
H.242
H.243
H.245
H.281 FECC
H.320, H.323
T.120
Network Protocols
TELNET (Server), HTTP (Server), FTP (Server), SNMP (Agent),
DNS (Client), DHCP (Client), RTP/RTCP, TCP/UDP, ARP
Multipoint Capabilities
Up to 6 sites (H.320/H.323)***
Up to 10 sites (H.320/H.323)****
Lip Synchronization
Manual On/Off
Security
H.233, H.234, H.235
Sony Proprietary AES Encryption, Password Protection
Network Features
QoS (Quality of Service)
ARC (Adaptive Rate Control), FEC (Forward Error Correction)
Real-time ARQ (Auto Repeat reQuest)
IP Precedence, DiffServ
NAT
Network Address Translation
UPnP
Universal Plug and Play
TCP/UDP
Port Settings for Firewall
Auto Gatekeeper Discovery
Remote Commander Unit
Format
Interfaces
Video
Audio
Network
Control
Wireless SIRCS
D-Sub 15-pin Dedicated Camera I/F x2
S-video or Composite input x2
(switchable with conversion connector)
S-video output x2 (for main/sub monitor)
S-video output x5 (for individual sites in MCU)
Composite output (AUX)
RGB output
Line input RCA
AUX input RCA (bypassess echo cancellor)
External analog microphone input, Mini-jack (Plug in power) x2
External digital microphone input x2
Line output RCA x2 (one mixed output)
10Base-T/100Base-TX
External ISDN Unit I/F
SIRCS IR Out x2
Wired SIRCS In (Control-S)
RS-232C
Dedicated D-Sub 15
RGB output
Memory Stick™ slot
Dedicated connector
DSB I/F
RGB I/F
Memory Stick Media
Digital whiteboard
General
Operating temperature
5 °C to 35 °C
Operating humidity
30% to 70%
Storage temperature
-20 °C to +55 °C
Storage humidity
25% to 75%
Power Requirements
PCS-G70S: AC 120 V, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption
DC 19.5 V, 5 A
Communication Terminal
16 5/8 x 2 7/8 x 10 inches (420 x 70 x 254 mm),
(PCS-G70S)
excluding projections
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Remote Commander Unit
1 7/8 x 1 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches (47 x 43 x 195 mm),
(PCS-RG70)
excluding projections
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Communication Terminal
11 lbs 11 oz (5.3 kg)
(PCS-G70S) Weight
Remote Commander Unit
6.3 oz (180 g), incl. batteries
(PCS-RG70) Weight
System Components and Supplied Accessories
Communication Terminal
Remote Commander Unit
AC Adaptor/Power Cord
IR Repeater x2
Manganese Battery for Remote Commander x2
Operation Manual CD-ROM (Japanese, English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Portugese,
Simplified Chinese)
Operation Guide
Quick Connection Guide
Cable Connection Guide
Worldwide Warranty Booklet
Audio Cable (1.0 m)
S-Video Cable (1.5 m)
Mini DIN 7-pin to RCA Conversion Connector (0.15m) x 2
Remote Control Receiver
Conversion Connector x 2
* The optional PCSA-DSB1S Data Solution Box is required to send presentation data.
** When the H.261 video standard is used, up to 2 Mb/s is supported.
*** Requires optional MCU software. IP/ISDN Bridging is possible.
**** Requires optional MCU software. Connections between base units must be IP (H.323).
IP/ISDN Bridging is possible.
SPECIFICATIONS FOR OPTIONAL CAMERAS
Image device
Horizontal resolution
Focal length
Focus
IRIS
Zoom ratio
Pan angle/speed
Tilt angle/speed
Preset
S/N
I/F
Dimensions (W x H x D)
excluding projections
Weight
Others
BRC-300
1/4.7 type CCD x3
600 TV lines (4:3 mode)
3.6 to 43.2 mm (F1.6 to 2.8)
Auto/Manual
Auto/Manual
x 12 optical zoom (x 48 with digital zoom)
±170º (max 60º/sec)
-30 to +90º (max 60º/sec)
6 positions
50 dB
Analog Video Out (Y/C 4-pin Mini-DIN, BNC)
RS-232C/RS-422 (VISCA protocol)
7 1/8 x 8 3/8 x 8 1/8 inches (180 x 210.1 x 205 mm)
5 lb 8 oz (2.5 kg)
Backlight compensation
Auto white balance
PCSA-CTG70
1/4 type CCD
NTSC: 470 TV lines
3.1 to 31mm (F1.8 to 2.9)
PCSA-CG70
Auto
x 10 optical zoom (x 40 with digital zoom)
±100º (max 300º/sec)
±25º (max 125º/sec)
more than 50 dB
Dedicated 23-pin
RS-232C (VISCA protocol) 8-pin Mini-DIN
5 1/8 x 6 1/2 x 5 1/8 inches (130 x 165 x 130 mm)
5 1/4 x 5 5/8 x 5 1/8 inches (131 x 141 x 130 mm)
2 lb 14 oz (1.3 kg)
2 lb 3 oz (1.0 kg)
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Features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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