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Dejero’s new EnGo transmitters unlock full potential of 5G

At IBC 2022, Dejero will introduce its new EnGo 3 and EnGo 3x 5G mobile transmitters with integrated internet gateway, along with its new WayPoint 3 receiver.

The EnGo 3 and EnGo 3x combine 5G performance with high video quality for broadcast and media production markets, with the EnGo 3x also supporting 4K Ultra HD (UHD) transmission and multi-camera production.

The EnGo series transmitters are designed with brand new RF and 4×4 MIMO (multiple-input, multiple-output) antenna architecture to unlock the full potential of 5G connections and ensure optimal antenna isolation.

With these transmitters, field crews can transmit broadcast-quality video, quickly transfer large files and set up high-bandwidth access points for multiple devices instantly.

In newsgathering and remote production scenarios, the GateWay mode can be used for file transfer, connect to newsrooms and MAM (media asset management) systems, publish content on social media, and access cloud or private data centre resources. 

Francois Vailant, Senior Product Manager, Dejero, explained, “This next generation of EnGo has taken connectivity a step further by quadrupling the number of antennas per modem, offering wider support of cellular bands for greater performance and reliability.”

For film, television and commercial production companies, EnGo users can leverage the  connectivity offered by the transmitters to enable real-time collaboration with dispersed teams. They can also accelerate delivery of content from the remote location directly to post-production, regardless of where that location is – hence reducing the number of people required on set and unlocking huge cost-savings. At booth 2.B51, visitors can also check out the new WayPoint 3 receiver, which reconstructs video transported over multiple IP connections from select Dejero transmitters, decodes HEVC or AVC, and outputs resolutions up to 4K UHD.

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