Connectivity specialist Dejero revealed the latest generation of its EnGo mobile transmitter at IBC on Friday.
The EnGo 260 HEVC mobile transmitter weighs 30% less than previous models, with an 85% larger screen. The transmitter allows field crews to reliably deliver best possible picture quality in any scenario, even when available bandwidth may be limited.
A significantly more powerful internal rechargeable battery now provides 120 minutes of use and is compatible with and recharged by standard gold mount and V-Mount ENG batteries.
Yvonne Monterroso director, product management Dejero, told the IBC Daily that the system allows live video broadcast over a range of different transmission types, including cell, satellite or WiFi. It can be vehicle-mounted and has an easily accessible SIM card slot for crews crossing borders.
EnGo mobile transmitters and Dejero receivers were recently deployed to assist in transmitting a life-sized, interactive human hologram at a live rock concert. The EnGo delivered video links from a studio in Bucharest, from which a life-size hologram of a 10-year-old guitarist was beamed live to the stage over a Huawei router and Vodafone 5G link. This world first event was shortlisted for an IBC Innovation Award in the Content Creation category.
Dejero is exhibiting at IBC2019 on Stand 11.C15.