Antiference has revealed its product line-up for 2015 which includes HDMI matrixes and DVB-T transmodulators for converting SD and HD satellite TV services to digital terrestrial channels.
The first product in the new line-up is the HDMI4x4MSW, a HDMI matrix which supports resolutions up to 1080p, as well as 3D content and 7.1 surround audio.
The HDMI 4×4 matrix kit serves four separate sources in up to eight rooms using the mirrored output feature.
Each output features a single Cat5e/6 port for cable lengths up to 35/40m, plus an HDMI port for local or expansion cables.
Users will also find a routed IR control allowing four sources to be controlled independently, including support for Sky set-top boxes – amongst others.
The next product in the company’s 2015 line-up is the DMHD04C, a quad HDMI DVB-T modulator.
The DMHD04C features four HDMI inputs and supports resolutions ranging from 720p to 1080p.
The output can be configured in DVB-C or DBB-T with UHF/Band III and LCN output options available.
The DMHD04C is available in two variants, one for the commercial market, as well as one for the domestic/AV market.
The final two products in the company’s range this year are the Conexer DVB-S2, a DVB-T Transmodulator, and Conexer DMHD01L.
The latter is the latest generation of Conexer single HDMI DVB-T modulator, albeit the lite version.
With the DMHD01L users can generate a high definition channel from an HDMI source which can be supplied over a coaxial cable network to digital TV sets or set top boxes in the system.
All of Antiference’s products will be on show at the Evolving Connectivity 2015 show at the National Motorcycle museum in Birmingham on May 21.