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German fiber network specialists BroaMan, who offer scalable SD/HD/3G video, data and intercom transport solutions down a single fiber, have appointed Clear-Com®, the provider of real-time communications solution and services, as their new distributor in the USA.

Economical and reliable single-fibre CWDM solution
Spanish broadband and telecommunication giants Telefónica, S.A have become the latest broadcast multinational to invest in BroaMan’s unique and scalable signal conversion technology over fiber.

Fiber infrastructure pioneers, BroaMan, have appointed HHB Communications Ltd. as their new UK and Ireland distributor. BroaMan, a fiber-based platform, has been delivering professional video, audio and data transport and routing requirements for 25 years.

Universal SFP-based signal converter allows any-to-any signal conversion
BroaMan has added to its popular Repeat48 range of media interfaces for 3G/HD/SD-SDI or AES10/MADI signals, converting video or digital audio between coaxial and optical connections.

S-Pro and Audio Solutions combine to deliver massive fiber network
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After being previewed at the Clear-Com booth during the recent IBC Show in Amsterdam, German fiber network giant, BroaMan, has set this month’s AES Convention in New York to formally launch a new feature which allows Clear-Com key-panel to become a control surface for BroaMan systems, including of their Route66 video routing as well as Optocore audio routing.

Interview with MARC BRUNKE - Technical Director of BroaMan - done by InBroadact during IBC 2017 in Amsterdam

German network fiber giant BroaMan, has chosen the upcoming AES Convention in New York (October 18-21) to announce vital new features to successful product ranges.

BroaMan has set this year’s IBC Show for the launch of one of its most significant solutions yet: the Repeat8-NANO.

BroaMan’s Mux22 was originally conceived as a series of application engineered devices offering multiple signal support in a compact 1RU chassis. This combines 3G/HD/SD-SDI I/O with Optocore and SANE digital audio networks, transporting video, along with audio and data, on a single duplex fiber.