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A portable IP codec for both radio and television stations, Ikusnet (short for "I can see your network") transmits audio and video in real-time back to a flagship station. With Ikusnet, reporters can edit and transmit packages instantly, or broadcast an event in its entirety with just one portable codec. Additionally, the codec, which features 3G and 4G connectivity, offers the flexibility to broadcast live video whenever, wherever and however. Its encoder/decoder process monitors the link quality for best data rate and adjusts accordingly automatically. Other features include: IP and DVB-ASI interface, H.264 video compression protocol with adaptive bit rate, 32GB removable storage, foldable 2"x4" monitor, touchpad menu, and design for outside use.
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