1 RU BroadLinx Chassis Installation Requirements Application Note by Lee Buchanan and David Blair, (RMC-6039M) File size: 2.0 MB, posted Jun 20 2014 This document provides guidance for upgrading existing Grass Valley Trinix 512x512 systems based on the 4 RU Unipower power supply chassis to the latest 1 RU BroadLinx chassis and 1 RU Lineage power supply chassis.
Protection and Redundancy for Routing Switchers Application Note by Peter Hoffmann, Director Product Marketing Broadcast Infrastructure, (RMC-4029M) File size: 761.1 KB, posted Jan 15 2013 The impact of routing switcher failures can be significant. This document details various technologies and implementations that are used to minimize the possibility of such failures.
Trinix NXT Router: with Intgrated Multiviewer Datasheet (GVB-1-0460A-EN-DS) File size: 1.0 MB, posted Sep 13 2014 Setting the standard for superior signal performance and uncompromising reliability, the Trinix NXT is the best-selling digital video routing switcher in the world. With more than 30 percent lower operating costs and the unique capability to upgrade existing systems with 3 Gb/s processing, as well as multiviewer and fiber optic I/O, Trinix NXT protects system investment now and into the future.
GV STRATUS at Māori Television – GV360: posted Oct 11 2012Māori Television in New Zealand needed to rebuild its infrastructure while remaining on-air. Grass Valley worked with Maori Television to design and implement a complete file-based service-oriented architecture.
Grass Shoots – Trinix NXT Multiviewer: posted Jun 08 2012The Grass Valley™ Trinix™ NXT is a next generation, 3 Gb/s digital video routing switcher family. With a frame architecture designed for superior signal transport and backed by the team that has the most success in routing switcher design, Trinix NXT can provide you with the confidence you need to prepare for and migrate to a 3 Gb/s routing infrastructure.
Applying Superior Performance 3 Gb/s in a Practical Manner Whitepaper by Peter Hoffmann, Director, Product Marketing, Broadcast Infrastructure, (RMC-4030M) File size: 1.4 MB, posted Mar 08 2013 Signal infrastructure that is installed today must be ready for 3 Gb/s transport, even if there are no immediate plans to exploit it for rates above 1.5 Gb/s HD-SDI. However, the data rate increase from 1.5 Gb/s to 3 Gb/s has created some technical challenges that must be overcome for signal infrastructure investments to retain their value over the long term.