Timbercon targets broadcast industry

April 3, 2009 -- Timbercon, Inc. announced that it is now providing an array of fiber optic connectivity solutions that meet the demanding requirements of the broadcast industry.

April 3, 2009 -- Timbercon, Inc. announced that it is now providing an array of fiber optic connectivity solutions that meet the demanding requirements of the broadcast industry.

Capabilities include the ability to manufacture SMPTE 311M HDTV hybrid cable assemblies, utilizing Canare or Lemo SMPTE 304M connectors on HDTV cables manufactured by Furukawa, Canare and others. Also available are ruggedized, harsh environment TAC-4, TAC-6 and TAC-12 hermaphroditic as well as expanded beam assemblies.

Solutions have been provided for King's Arena in California via the MIRA Mobile broadcast van, various major network affiliate stations, both the summer and winter Olympics, and many cable types used by The Freedom Forum / Newseum in Washington DC, which was broadcast central during the Presidential Inauguration on January 20, 2009.

"We have unique capabilities where broadcast products are concerned; this includes the ability to custom design complete solutions for our customers and choosing the best technology for each application. Our facility has the distinction of being trained and certified by all of the premier (Canare, Lemo, and Furukawa) SMPTE 311M HDTV hybrid cable and 304M connector manufacturers," comments Nolan Pitts, key account manager for Timbercon.

Timbercon's Pitts will be attending the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV on April 17 - 23, 2009.

On the Web:
www.timbercon.com
www.nab.org

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