IBC Daily IBC2018 - Day 1 - Friday 14 September - Page 73

 MDM2510 satellite modem on show Newtec By Ian McMurray Forming part of the company’s DVB-S2X modem portfolio is the Newtec MDM2510 IP Satellite Modem. Designed to enable operators to optimally address any market or application from a single network, the modem is described as a two-way, easy to install, high throughput satellite modem that supports a wide range of IP services. Thanks to HTS networks, Newtec notes, the promise of more bandwidth at lower costs is on the horizon. To realise these benefi ts, important The MDM2510 satellite modem supports a wide range of IP services changes have to be made to equipment on the ground, the company says. According to Newtec, the MDM2510 means that a rich set of solutions can be provided to any mobile backhaul network, not only reducing opex, but also providing high quality of service and quality of experience. Using Newtec’s Mx-DMA return technologies, the company claims that optimal modulation and bandwidth allocation are guaranteed at the highest effi ciency to address the challenges of the maritime market. The MDM2510, along with the rest of the company’s DVB-S2X modem portfolio, are said by Newtec to be unique in their capability to address wideband HTS transponders up to 500MHz to provide further effi ciency and By David Fox The new Supertechno75 Plus, on its mobile base and with a new stabilised head, is the smartest, fastest and latest in Technocrane’s Supertechno line of massive camera cranes. It can reach a lens height of 22.86m (75ft – hence the name) and can go to 24.4m if the camera is overslung. The arm can carry a camera weighing up to 35kg, fi tted to its three-axis Techno Head or the new stabilised and Strong armed: The new Supertechno75 Plus on location recently in Dubai 1.A49 programmable TechnoheadS, and can telescopically extend up to 19.1m – the minimum, unextended is 3.37m. The minimum column elevation is 1.87m, extending up to 4.8m, for shots parallel to the ground.