【Inter BEE 2013 TV】 ShibaSoku exhibit the 'TS800A' sync signal generator with two synchronized generating units that outputs SYN even when there is interference Also exhibit the 'TG4000' 4K test signal generator
ShibaSoku's (booth: 7102) 'TS800A' sync signal generator is equipped with two synchronous idle generating units (SG1 and SG2) and a change-over unit, so that one machine can continue to output SYN if there is interference with SG1 by switching over to SG2.
One unique feature is that, while a relatively large number of cables would normally be required to connect the SG1, SG2, and change-over units, in this model they are all part of one machine, so the setup in back is neat and simple. It is also equipped with a total of eight SYN outputs, as well as two 48 Khz word clock systems for audio output.
Aside from this, ShibaSoku is exhibiting its TG4000 4K test signal generator, which creates a 4K (3840x2160 p) signal using four 3G-SDI (1920x1080) outputs.
On the 15th (Friday), ShibaSoku will hold 'VCX1 file base standard converter information sessions' at 3:00pm and 4:00pm. These will be held at the first–floor presentation room in Hall 7. They will introduce high–speed file–to–file conversion techniques for content files, and give a demonstration of these techniques as implemented on a real VCX1.