|What is IPBaseT? |
Aurora’s IPBaseT™ technology combines 4K uncompressed video with zero-latency seamless switching, video wall and multiviewer modes, digital audio, USB 2.0, Ethernet, and control. Utilizing the bandwidth of a standard 10G copper or fiber network, IPBaseT supports a large, seamless UHD video and audio matrix, and it does so while replacing multiple technologies and products with a single-box distributed platform. The days of needing a separate AV switcher, control system, video-wall processor, audio/DSP converter, and more are a thing of the past!
A transceiver is a single unit that can be configured as a transmitter (input) or a receiver (output). This allows for the following benefits over a traditional TX/RX based system:
- Ease of ordering – no need to worry about ordering pairs, just order as many transceivers as you need for your total inputs and outputs combined
- Simplified inventory – stock one SKU, and rapidly deploy to a job without worrying about the number of TX and RX units required
- Rapid toubleshoooting – quickly swap transceivers to troubleshoot a problem, even if the nearest transceiver is configured as the opposite mode (use an RX unit to troubleshoot a TX issue by simply changing the mode)
- Dynamic configurations – programatically change the TX/RX mode of a unit on the fly to allow for flexible room configurations
|IPX Series Transceivers|
With the IPX series transceivers, audio, video, data, and control can be sent securely to one or many units using off-the-shelf 10G Ethernet switches. When the IPX-TC1 is set up to be a transmitter, the 2 HDMI inputs become a source switch and the HDMI output becomes a potential loop out. When set up as a receiver, a user can select the local HDMI inputs or an IP source. Seamless switching of the sources further enhances the presentation. Regardless of how the IPX-TC1 is set up, the audio can be de-embedded at any location.