DBS IP-Mesh Backbone lets broadcasters centralise control of their wireless devices on a single RF channel.

The new DBS IP-Mesh Backbone allows production teams to monitor the performance and connectivity of wireless assets from one central location, from any node in the network via any common web browser. It means that less kit needs to be attached to cameras, which improves on rigging time, reduces the weight of camera units and decreases the amount of kit transported.


Major Domo: Putting Backbone into low-latency IP-Mesh connections

The easy-to-configure system promises simplified workflows and reduces RF channel needs to a single channel.

While broadcasters’ wireless camera video links can be handled by one of Domo Broadcast System’s conventional COFDM systems, everything else wireless is handled by one centralised system via the DBS IP-Mesh Backbone.

It uses a fluid self-healing, self-forming, bidirectional mesh architecture that allows transmitters to exchange and relay the highest quality video and data with ultra-low latency. Its range can be extended by using repeaters or other mesh-enabled assets.

In a mesh network, every radio is both a transmitter and a receiver, and adding more nodes adds flexibility, allowing a scalable, self-forming, self-healing network of wireless devices that constantly readjusts as nodes move, finding the best route to send data without compromising signal stability or video quality.

Stand Number: 10.D40

Company: Domo Broadcast Systems