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C H A L L E N G E # 1
Sports Network Needs to Relay
Telephoto HD Point-of-View Shot
From Remote Vantage Point
Positioned on a hillside a quarter-mile away, a Canon
DIGISUPER100xs HD telephoto lens on an HD camera
captures a live panoramic beauty shot of a major
college stadium, complete with a cheering crowd
surrounding the location studio hosts. But how does
the broadcaster relay that dramatic HD video back to
their TV truck?
SM Fiber to COAX
Media Converter
COAX
Single Mode
Fiber
CANOBEAM DT-150 HD
CANOBEAM DT-150 HD
Single
Mode
Fiber
S O L U T I O N
COAX
The Canobeam DT-150 HD
Using Free Space Optics, the Canobeam DT-150 HD
delivers live, uncompressed HD-SDI video from a
maximum recommended transmission distance of
approximately 1 kilometer (3,168 ft.). Canobeam
DT-150 HD advantages include:
• Quick set-up/quick tear-down.
• No need to install quarter-mile HD fiber cable.
• No frequency interference, coordination, or licensing
necessary with Free Space Optics.
SM Fiber to COAX
Media Converter
DC or Local AC
Using media converters, the broadcaster converted the
HD-SDI signal from the HD camera to single-mode
fiber-optic cable, which interfaced directly to a Canobeam
DT-150 HD. The HD-SDI signal was received by a
second Canobeam DT-150 HD, relayed via single-mode
fiber and converted back to coaxial cable via a media
converter, and then received by the HD broadcast truck.
• Exclusive Canon Auto Tracking maintains beam
alignment despite vibrations from camera platforms,
street traffic, or wind conditions.
www.canobroadcast.com
email: BCTV@cusa.canon.com
1-800-321-4388 (Canada: 905-795-2012)
©2008 Canon U.S.A., Inc. All rights reserved. Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. in the United States
and may also be a registered trademark or trademark in other countries. IMAGEANYWARE is a trademark of Canon.
Challenge-Solution Equipment List:
• HDTV Camera with an HD-SDI output
• Canon Canobeam DT-150 HD Link / One Pair
• Stratos Video BNC to ST Media Converter or
Telecast Rattler - Mini HD-SDI Link / One Pair
Transmission Distances at Varying
Degrees of Atmospheric Attenuation
• Appropriate length of Coax Cable / Two
• Appropriate length of Single Mode Fiber / Two
S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
HD-SDI/SD-SDI/DVB-ASI
Standard Transmission Distance (*1) 20-1000m
Weather Condition1
Precipitation2
Attenuation/km
Visibility3
DT-150 Transmission
Distance3
Light Haze
Light Rain @ 2.5mm/hr
Applications
3dB
4333m
Data Transmission Speed
Weather Condition1
Precipitation2
Attenuation/km
Visibility3
DT-150 Transmission
Distance3
Thin Fog
Heavy Rain @ 25mm/hr
Weather Condition1
Precipitation2
Attenuation/km
Visibility3
DT-150 Transmission
Distance3
Light Fog
Cloudburst @100 mm/hr
3650m
10dB
1300m
1720m
30dB
433m
780m
Visibility distances are approximate.
Above values are calculated by transmission margin, beam divergence,
Gaussian intensity distribution of light.
Actual transmission distance should be considered with scintillation, backlight
noise, and other factors.
1. E.J. McCartney, Optics of the Atmosphere, J. Wiley & Sons, New York, 1976
2. T.S. Chu and D.C. Hogg, Effects of precipitation on propagation at 0.63, 3.5,
and 10.6 Microns, Bell Syst. Tech. J., 47, pp. 723-759, 1968.
3. All distances expressed in meters.
Transmission Device
Laser Wavelength
Laser Output Power
Safety Class of Laser
Receiving Device
Auto Tracking Adjustment
3R Function
Media Interface
Console Port
Operation Temperature Range
Power
Power Consumption
Installation Environment
Dimensions
Weight
1.485Gbps
1.485/1.001Gbps, 270Mbps (*2)
Laser Diode
785±15nm
Approx. 11mW
Class 1M
Si APD
Horizontal: ±1.2° Vertical: ±1.2°
Yes
SFP SLOT x1
RS-232C(DSUB-9Pin), 10Base-T(RJ-45)
-20°C~+50°C
100-240VAC 50/60Hz
(DC-48V optional)
Approx. 20W
Indoor or outdoor (Weatherproof : IP56)
246(W) x 168(H) x 487(D)mm
Approx. 17.6 lbs (8Kg)
(*1) Above values are calculated under conditions of more than 99.5% reliability based on actual visibility data in Tokyo,
Japan. Longer transmission distances can be achieved but this is a function of weather conditions and
acceptable link availability
(*2) This model is not compliant with SDI Check Field Signals (pathological signals)
Above values are different from Canon recommended transmission distances described in
specifications.
www.canobroadcast.com
email: BCTV@cusa.canon.com
1-800-321-4388 (Canada: 905-795-2012)
©2008 Canon U.S.A., Inc. All rights reserved. Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. in the United States and
may also be a registered trademark or trademark in other countries. IMAGEANYWARE is a trademark of Canon.
C H A L L E N G E # 2
Cable Network HQ Requires
Permanent Bidirectional HD Link to
its Production Facility
SM Fiber to COAX
Media Converter
Executives at the headquarters of a major cable network
had no direct satellite or fiber connection with their
production studios in a neighboring state. Neither
location could send the other instant bidirectional
HD video with embedded audio, which was essential
to their operations.
SM Fiber to COAX
Media Converter
Single Mode
Fiber
Single Mode
Fiber
CANOBEAM DT-150 HD
S O L U T I O N
Coax
Cable
Coax
Cable
The Canobeam DT-150 HD
Fortunately, the cable network's headquarters did have
direct line of sight to a nearby building with access to either
satellite connectivity or long-haul fiber. A permanent
installation of a pair of Canobeam DT-150 HD's–one on the
roof of the building housing the cable network and a second
unit on the roof of the building with satellite/fiber
connectivity-established the reliable bidirectional HD-SDI
video link (with embedded audio) that the network required.
• Maximum recommended transmission distance:
approximately 1 kilometer (3,168 ft.).
• Exclusive Canon Auto Tracking maintains beam
alignment despite vibrations from camera platforms,
street traffic, or wind conditions.
• No frequency interference, coordination, or
licensing necessary with Free Space Optics.
image not drawn to scale
Using media converters, the cable network converts its
HD-SDI video to travel on single-mode fiber-optic cable,
which interfaces directly to the Canobeam DT-150 HD
permanently mounted on their roof. This HD-SDI signal
is then received by the Canobeam DT-150 HD on the
neighboring office building and relayed via single-mode
fiber to a second media converter, which interfaces with
a coaxial cable feeding the fiber connection. The result
is a two-way bidirectional HD-SDI video link
(with embedded audio).
www.canobroadcast.com
email: BCTV@cusa.canon.com
1-800-321-4388 (Canada: 905-795-2012)
©2008 Canon U.S.A., Inc. All rights reserved. Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. in the United States
and may also be a registered trademark or trademark in other countries. IMAGEANYWARE is a trademark of Canon.
Challenge-Solution Equipment List:
• HD-SDI bidirectional signals
• Canon Canobeam DT-150 HD Link / One Pair
• Stratos Video BNC to ST Media Converter or
Telecast Rattler - Mini HD-SDI Link / Two Pair
Transmission Distances at Varying
Degrees of Atmospheric Attenuation
• Appropriate length of Coax Cable / Four
• Appropriate length of Single Mode Fiber / Two
S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
HD-SDI/SD-SDI/DVB-ASI
Standard Transmission Distance (*1) 20-1000m
Weather Condition1
Precipitation2
Attenuation/km
Visibility3
DT-150 Transmission
Distance3
Light Haze
Light Rain @ 2.5mm/hr
Applications
3dB
4333m
Data Transmission Speed
Weather Condition1
Precipitation2
Attenuation/km
Visibility3
DT-150 Transmission
Distance3
Thin Fog
Heavy Rain @ 25mm/hr
Weather Condition1
Precipitation2
Attenuation/km
Visibility3
DT-150 Transmission
Distance3
Light Fog
Cloudburst @100 mm/hr
3650m
10dB
1300m
1720m
30dB
433m
780m
Visibility distances are approximate.
Above values are calculated by transmission margin, beam divergence,
Gaussian intensity distribution of light.
Actual transmission distance should be considered with scintillation, backlight
noise, and other factors.
1. E.J. McCartney, Optics of the Atmosphere, J. Wiley & Sons, New York, 1976
2. T.S. Chu and D.C. Hogg, Effects of precipitation on propagation at 0.63, 3.5,
and 10.6 Microns, Bell Syst. Tech. J., 47, pp. 723-759, 1968.
3. All distances expressed in meters.
Transmission Device
Laser Wavelength
Laser Output Power
Safety Class of Laser
Receiving Device
Auto Tracking Adjustment
3R Function
Media Interface
Console Port
Operation Temperature Range
Power
Power Consumption
Installation Environment
Dimensions
Weight
1.485Gbps
1.485/1.001Gbps, 270Mbps (*2)
Laser Diode
785±15nm
Approx. 11mW
Class 1M
Si APD
Horizontal: ±1.2° Vertical: ±1.2°
Yes
SFP SLOT x1
RS-232C(DSUB-9Pin), 10Base-T(RJ-45)
-20°C~+50°C
100-240VAC 50/60Hz
(DC-48V optional)
Approx. 20W
Indoor or outdoor (Weatherproof : IP56)
246(W) x 168(H) x 487(D)mm
Approx. 17.6 lbs (8Kg)
(*1) Above values are calculated under conditions of more than 99.5% reliability based on actual visibility data in Tokyo,
Japan. Longer transmission distances can be achieved but this is a function of weather conditions and
acceptable link availability
(*2) This model is not compliant with SDI Check Field Signals (pathological signals)
Above values are different from Canon recommended transmission distances described in
specifications.
www.canobroadcast.com
email: BCTV@cusa.canon.com
1-800-321-4388 (Canada: 905-795-2012)
©2008 Canon U.S.A., Inc. All rights reserved. Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. in the United States and
may also be a registered trademark or trademark in other countries. IMAGEANYWARE is a trademark of Canon.
C H A L L E N G E # 3
HD News Crew Needs to Relay Video of
Manhattan Street Demonstration Back to
Washington DC TV Station
* Telecast SHED
A spontaneous political demonstration in midtown
Manhattan left no time for a news crew to make a
costly long-haul fiber connection back to Washington
DC or to establish an HD microwave relay to the roof
of a nearby TV station with satellite connectivity. How,
then, could the crew get live video of this important
news event back to the Washington DC TV station?
Single Mode
Fiber
SMPTE Hybrid
Cable
Single
Mode
Fiber
CANOBEAM DT-150 HD
CANOBEAM DT-150 HD
S O L U T I O N
The Canobeam DT-150 HD
Inexpensive enough for news operations, the Canobeam
DT-150 HD sets up quickly to establish a temporary lineof-sight HD connection. The news crew used a
Canobeam DT-150 HD to link their ENG van to a second
Canobeam on the roof of a nearby TV station with
satellite connectivity. This provided the crew with a quick
and easy way to relay live HD video of the demonstration
back to Washington DC.
• Maximum recommended transmission distance:
approximately 1 kilometer (3,168 ft.).
SMPTE
Hybrid Cable
** Telecast SHED/HPX
Local AC
DC or Local AC
*Telecast SHED located at satellite dish antenna. **Telecast SHED/HDX located in the news van.
By using Telecast Fiber Systems' SHED (SMPTE Hybrid
Elimination Device) or similar technology on either end of
the connection, a pair of Canobeam DT-150 HD units
provided bidirectional HD-SDI video with embedded
audio to a nearby New York TV station, which then
transmitted the video via a simple satellite link to a
second TV station in Washington DC.
• Exclusive Canon Auto Tracking maintains beam alignment
despite vibrations from camera platforms, street traffic,
or wind conditions.
• No frequency interference, coordination, or licensing
necessary with Free Space Optics
www.canobroadcast.com
email: BCTV@cusa.canon.com
1-800-321-4388 (Canada: 905-795-2012)
©2008 Canon U.S.A., Inc. All rights reserved. Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. in the United States
and may also be a registered trademark or trademark in other countries. IMAGEANYWARE is a trademark of Canon.
Challenge-Solution Equipment List:
• HDTV Camera (SMPTE Hybrid Fiber Cable output) and CCU
• Canon Canobeam DT-150 HD Link / One Pair
• Telecast SHED - SMPTE Hybrid Elimination Device / One
• Telecast SHED HDX - SMPTE Hybrid Elimination Device / One
Transmission Distances at Varying
Degrees of Atmospheric Attenuation
• Appropriate length of SMPTE Hybrid Cable / Two
• Appropriate length of Single Mode Fiber / Two
S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
HD-SDI/SD-SDI/DVB-ASI
Standard Transmission Distance (*1) 20-1000m
Weather Condition1
Precipitation2
Attenuation/km
Visibility3
DT-150 Transmission
Distance3
Light Haze
Light Rain @ 2.5mm/hr
Applications
3dB
4333m
Data Transmission Speed
Weather Condition1
Precipitation2
Attenuation/km
Visibility3
DT-150 Transmission
Distance3
Thin Fog
Heavy Rain @ 25mm/hr
Weather Condition1
Precipitation2
Attenuation/km
Visibility3
DT-150 Transmission
Distance3
Light Fog
Cloudburst @100 mm/hr
3650m
10dB
1300m
1720m
30dB
433m
780m
Visibility distances are approximate.
Above values are calculated by transmission margin, beam divergence,
Gaussian intensity distribution of light.
Actual transmission distance should be considered with scintillation, backlight
noise, and other factors.
1. E.J. McCartney, Optics of the Atmosphere, J. Wiley & Sons, New York, 1976
2. T.S. Chu and D.C. Hogg, Effects of precipitation on propagation at 0.63, 3.5,
and 10.6 Microns, Bell Syst. Tech. J., 47, pp. 723-759, 1968.
3. All distances expressed in meters.
Transmission Device
Laser Wavelength
Laser Output Power
Safety Class of Laser
Receiving Device
Auto Tracking Adjustment
3R Function
Media Interface
Console Port
Operation Temperature Range
Power
Power Consumption
Installation Environment
Dimensions
Weight
1.485Gbps
1.485/1.001Gbps, 270Mbps (*2)
Laser Diode
785±15nm
Approx. 11mW
Class 1M
Si APD
Horizontal: ±1.2° Vertical: ±1.2°
Yes
SFP SLOT x1
RS-232C(DSUB-9Pin), 10Base-T(RJ-45)
-20°C~+50°C
100-240VAC 50/60Hz
(DC-48V optional)
Approx. 20W
Indoor or outdoor (Weatherproof : IP56)
246(W) x 168(H) x 487(D)mm
Approx. 17.6 lbs (8Kg)
(*1) Above values are calculated under conditions of more than 99.5% reliability based on actual visibility data in Tokyo,
Japan. Longer transmission distances can be achieved but this is a function of weather conditions and
acceptable link availability
(*2) This model is not compliant with SDI Check Field Signals (pathological signals)
Above values are different from Canon recommended transmission distances described in
specifications.
www.canobroadcast.com
email: BCTV@cusa.canon.com
1-800-321-4388 (Canada: 905-795-2012)
©2008 Canon U.S.A., Inc. All rights reserved. Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. in the United States and
may also be a registered trademark or trademark in other countries. IMAGEANYWARE is a trademark of Canon.
C H A L L E N G E # 4
Major Live Entertainment Event Needs
Bi-Directional HD Alternative to 1500 ft.
Fiber Cable
Atop a building in the heart of the city, HD cameras
outfitted with a Canon portable HD zoom lens and a
Canon DIGISUPER 100xs HD telephoto lens provide live
coverage of celebrities entering a major entertainment
venue. Meanwhile, 1,500 ft. away, a mobile HDTV control
room is set up to switch the event. HD-SDI video with
embedded audio, bidirectional camera control, return
video, tallys, and IFB are a must, but it's too far to run a
heavy SMPTE hybrid fiber cable or single-mode fiber
cable along city streets.
Telecast SHED
Single Mode
Fiber
SMPTE Hybrid
Cable
CANOBEAM DT-150 HD
CANOBEAM DT-150 HD
Single
Mode
Fiber
S O L U T I O N
The Canobeam DT-150 HD
A Canobeam DT-150 HD positioned next to the rooftop HD
cameras used line-of-sight Free Space Optics to establish a
secure bidirectional HD-SDI connection with a second
Canobeam DT-150 HD mounted above the production truck
parked 1,500 ft. away. The two Canobeam DT-150 HD units
and additional hardware (see box at right) provided HD-SDI
video with embedded audio, bidirectional camera control,
return video, tallys, and IFB to and from the HDTV truck.
Telecast SHED/HDX
Local AC
SMPTE
Hybrid
Cable
DC or Local AC
By using Telecast Fiber Systems' SHED (SMPTE Hybrid
Elimination Device) or similar technology on either end
of the connection, a pair of Canobeam DT-150 HD units
can provide not only bidirectional HD-SDI video with
embedded audio, but also bidirectional camera control
signals, return video, tallys, and IFB.
• Maximum recommended transmission distance:
approximately 1 kilometer (3,168 ft.).
• Exclusive Canon Auto Tracking maintains beam alignment
despite vibrations from camera platforms, street traffic, or
wind conditions.
• No frequency interference, coordination, or licensing
necessary with Free Space Optics.
www.canobroadcast.com
email: BCTV@cusa.canon.com
1-800-321-4388 (Canada: 905-795-2012)
©2008 Canon U.S.A., Inc. All rights reserved. Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. in the United States
and may also be a registered trademark or trademark in other countries. IMAGEANYWARE is a trademark of Canon.
Challenge-Solution Equipment List:
• HDTV Camera (SMPTE Hybrid Fiber Cable output) and CCU
• Canon Canobeam DT-150 HD Link / One Pair
• Telecast SHED - SMPTE Hybrid Elimination Device / One
• Telecast SHED HDX - SMPTE Hybrid Elimination Device / One
Transmission Distances at Varying
Degrees of Atmospheric Attenuation
• Appropriate length of SMPTE Hybrid Cable / Two
• Appropriate length of Single Mode Fiber / Two
S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
HD-SDI/SD-SDI/DVB-ASI
Standard Transmission Distance (*1) 20-1000m
Weather Condition1
Precipitation2
Attenuation/km
Visibility3
DT-150 Transmission
Distance3
Light Haze
Light Rain @ 2.5mm/hr
Applications
3dB
4333m
Data Transmission Speed
Weather Condition1
Precipitation2
Attenuation/km
Visibility3
DT-150 Transmission
Distance3
Thin Fog
Heavy Rain @ 25mm/hr
Weather Condition1
Precipitation2
Attenuation/km
Visibility3
DT-150 Transmission
Distance3
Light Fog
Cloudburst @100 mm/hr
3650m
10dB
1300m
1720m
30dB
433m
780m
Visibility distances are approximate.
Above values are calculated by transmission margin, beam divergence,
Gaussian intensity distribution of light.
Actual transmission distance should be considered with scintillation, backlight
noise, and other factors.
1. E.J. McCartney, Optics of the Atmosphere, J. Wiley & Sons, New York, 1976
2. T.S. Chu and D.C. Hogg, Effects of precipitation on propagation at 0.63, 3.5,
and 10.6 Microns, Bell Syst. Tech. J., 47, pp. 723-759, 1968.
3. All distances expressed in meters.
Transmission Device
Laser Wavelength
Laser Output Power
Safety Class of Laser
Receiving Device
Auto Tracking Adjustment
3R Function
Media Interface
Console Port
Operation Temperature Range
Power
Power Consumption
Installation Environment
Dimensions
Weight
1.485Gbps
1.485/1.001Gbps, 270Mbps (*2)
Laser Diode
785±15nm
Approx. 11mW
Class 1M
Si APD
Horizontal: ±1.2° Vertical: ±1.2°
Yes
SFP SLOT x1
RS-232C(DSUB-9Pin), 10Base-T(RJ-45)
-20°C~+50°C
100-240VAC 50/60Hz
(DC-48V optional)
Approx. 20W
Indoor or outdoor (Weatherproof : IP56)
246(W) x 168(H) x 487(D)mm
Approx. 17.6 lbs (8Kg)
(*1) Above values are calculated under conditions of more than 99.5% reliability based on actual visibility data in Tokyo,
Japan. Longer transmission distances can be achieved but this is a function of weather conditions and
acceptable link availability
(*2) This model is not compliant with SDI Check Field Signals (pathological signals)
Above values are different from Canon recommended transmission distances described in
specifications.
www.canobroadcast.com
email: BCTV@cusa.canon.com
1-800-321-4388 (Canada: 905-795-2012)
©2008 Canon U.S.A., Inc. All rights reserved. Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. in the United States and
may also be a registered trademark or trademark in other countries. IMAGEANYWARE is a trademark of Canon.
C H A L L E N G E # 5
Major Broadcast Network Needs to Transmit
Control Signals to Robotic PTZ Camera Mounted
on the Side of a Skyscraper
A robotic PTZ (pan/tilt/zoom) camera is mounted 20
floors up on the side of a landmark office building to
capture panoramic shots of a world-famous iceskating rink. It's the perfect vantage point, but how
can the TV network transmit control signals to the PTZ
camera while simultaneously receiving the camera's
HD-SDI video ouput?
S O L U T I O N
The Canobeam DT-150 HD
Rather than running bulky and expensive SMPTE hybrid
fiber cable or single-mode fiber cable up to the 20th floor,
a far better solution is the convenience and reliability of
Canon's Canobeam DT-150 HD bidirectional wireless Free
Space Optics technology. The Canobeam DT-150 HD
enables the TV network to capture bird's-eye point-of-view
shots of a world-famous tourist destination in HDTV while
simultaneously controlling the pan, tilt, and zoom functions
of their sky-high robotic camera (which is outfitted with
a Canon HD telephoto lens).
• Maximum recommended transmission distance:
approximately 1 kilometer (3,168 ft.).
• Exclusive Canon Auto Tracking maintains beam alignment
despite vibrations from street traffic or wind conditions.
• No frequency interference, coordination, or licensing
necessary with Free Space Optics.
Using technology such as Evertz's
Quad Serial Data Embedders and DeEmbedders and a pair of Canobeam
DT-150 HD video transceivers, the
network is able to transmit HD-SDI
video signals from the PTZ camera to
their control room while
simultaneously transmitting the
required control signals back to the
robotic PTZ head and its camera.
www.canobroadcast.com
email: BCTV@cusa.canon.com
1-800-321-4388 (Canada: 905-795-2012)
©2008 Canon U.S.A., Inc. All rights reserved. Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. in the United States
and may also be a registered trademark or trademark in other countries. IMAGEANYWARE is a trademark of Canon.
Challenge-Solution Equipment List:
• Robotic P/T/Z Camera with HD-SDI Video and Serial
Data Control
• Robotic P/T/Z Controller (Serial Data)
• Canon Canobeam DT-150 HD Link / One Pair
• Evertz Quad Serial Data Embedder / Two
• Evertz Quad Serial Data De-embedder / Two
• Electrical/Optical (E/O) Converter / Two
Transmission Distances at Varying
Degrees of Atmospheric Attenuation
• Optical/Electrical (O/E) Converter / Two
• HD-SDI Video Monitor / Two
• Appropriate length of Coax Cable / Three
• Appropriate length of Single Mode Fiber / Two
• Appropriate length of Serial Digital Cables / As Needed
S P E C I F I C A T I O N S
HD-SDI/SD-SDI/DVB-ASI
Standard Transmission Distance (*1) 20-1000m
Weather Condition1
Precipitation2
Attenuation/km
Visibility3
DT-150 Transmission
Distance3
Light Haze
Light Rain @ 2.5mm/hr
Applications
3dB
4333m
Data Transmission Speed
Weather Condition1
Precipitation2
Attenuation/km
Visibility3
DT-150 Transmission
Distance3
Thin Fog
Heavy Rain @ 25mm/hr
Weather Condition1
Precipitation2
Attenuation/km
Visibility3
DT-150 Transmission
Distance3
Light Fog
Cloudburst @100 mm/hr
3650m
10dB
1300m
1720m
30dB
433m
780m
Visibility distances are approximate.
Above values are calculated by transmission margin, beam divergence,
Gaussian intensity distribution of light.
Actual transmission distance should be considered with scintillation, backlight
noise, and other factors.
1. E.J. McCartney, Optics of the Atmosphere, J. Wiley & Sons, New York, 1976
2. T.S. Chu and D.C. Hogg, Effects of precipitation on propagation at 0.63, 3.5,
and 10.6 Microns, Bell Syst. Tech. J., 47, pp. 723-759, 1968.
3. All distances expressed in meters.
Transmission Device
Laser Wavelength
Laser Output Power
Safety Class of Laser
Receiving Device
Auto Tracking Adjustment
3R Function
Media Interface
Console Port
Operation Temperature Range
Power
Power Consumption
Installation Environment
Dimensions
Weight
1.485Gbps
1.485/1.001Gbps, 270Mbps (*2)
Laser Diode
785±15nm
Approx. 11mW
Class 1M
Si APD
Horizontal: ±1.2° Vertical: ±1.2°
Yes
SFP SLOT x1
RS-232C(DSUB-9Pin), 10Base-T(RJ-45)
-20°C~+50°C
100-240VAC 50/60Hz
(DC-48V optional)
Approx. 20W
Indoor or outdoor (Weatherproof : IP56)
246(W) x 168(H) x 487(D)mm
Approx. 17.6 lbs (8Kg)
(*1) Above values are calculated under conditions of more than 99.5% reliability based on actual visibility data in Tokyo,
Japan. Longer transmission distances can be achieved but this is a function of weather conditions and
acceptable link availability
(*2) This model is not compliant with SDI Check Field Signals (pathological signals)
Above values are different from Canon recommended transmission distances described in
specifications.
www.canobroadcast.com
email: BCTV@cusa.canon.com
1-800-321-4388 (Canada: 905-795-2012)
©2008 Canon U.S.A., Inc. All rights reserved. Canon is a registered trademark of Canon Inc. in the United States and
may also be a registered trademark or trademark in other countries. IMAGEANYWARE is a trademark of Canon.
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