Portable Encoders

MGW Premium

The MGW Premium is an industrial-grade high-density IPTV streaming appliance. Encodes and streams up to 5 channels (2xHD or 5xSD) of broadcast-quality video. With less than 65 millisecond encoding latency, the portable device disseminate IP video at broadcast-quality resolutions up to full HD 1080p and wide range of bit rates and frame rates. Best selection of video inputs in a single platform, including 3G, HD-SDI, SD-SDI, DVI, HDMI and composite.

 

MGW Premium Encoder

  • Full motion video (FMV) content across LANs and WANs
  • Intelligence security and surveillance (ISR)
  • Encoding and multicasting high-res HDMI/DVI sources

 


MGW Sprint

The MGW Sprint is the world’s fastest professional-grade H.264 HD Codec with no visible delay on IP Video. Device support HD-SDI and HDMI encoding and decoding – up to Full HD 1920×1080 4:2:2 Encoding Mode for highest level of details – ideal for complex video content.

 

MGW Sprint

  • High-res HDMI / DVI sources from computers and TV Tuners
  • Targeting, Monitoring and Tactical ISR
  • Zero delay Video Tele-presence

 


MGW Nano

The MGW Nano supports a single channel, with SD/HD-SDI and HDMI inputs. With less than 65 millisecond encoding latency, AVC compression quality up to full HD 1080p with built-in hardware scale for adjusting video input to any output resolution, data rate and frame rate.

 

MGW Nano

  • Point-to-point video contribution with ultra-low delay
  • Encoding and multicasting high-res HDMI/DVI sources
  • Streaming PC screens over the LAN / WAN

 


MGW Pico

The MGW Pico is the world’s smallest professional HD H.264 encoder with HD/SD-SDI and composite inputs. With less than 65 millisecond for encoding latency, Pico supports HD and SD (H.264) AVC compression quality up to full HD 1080p. Ideal for integration into vehicles or for use with battery packs.

 

MGW Pico

  • Encoding and multicasting high-res HDMI/DVI sources
  • Distribution of TV content on an organizational network
  • Deployment on manned and unmanned vehicles

 

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