The Vislink Group is a global technology business specialising in the collection and delivery of high quality video and associated data from the field to the point of usage. Vislink provides solutions to the broadcast market for the collection and play out management of live news, sport and entertainment events and to the surveillance market including defence, law enforcement and public safety customers for the delivery of secure video and data communications.
Their brands of Advent, Amplifier Technology, Gigawave, LiveGear, Link Research, MRC, and Pebble Beach Systems are market leaders in their field and their solutions include the design and manufacture of microwave radio, satellite transmission, cellular, wireless camera systems and broadcast management software.
Vislink has a number of innovative solutions which enable their customers to cover events imaginatively and cost-effectively. All systems are designed with ease of operation in mind and their engineers have a wealth of experience applying and operating these systems in the broadcast environment.
21st century newsgathering has been revolutionised by wireless technology. Vislink specialises in products designed to get you on air quickly, reliably and with minimal set-up. Their unmatched product portfolio means they can offer complete solutions for your content back to the studio.
Link Research were first on the market with the first practical digital wireless camera system in 2002. Since then these systems have revolutionised newsgathering and made 'going live' quicker and safer than ever before. As well as wireless cameras Vislink are able to offer many alternative newsgathering solutions including ENG, SNG and City Centre systems.
Gigawave and Link systems are used extensively for motorsport coverage where compact design, lightweight/rugged construction and reliability are key. Only the best equipment survives in this harsh environment - which is why Vislink supply on-board equipment to the most demanding events in motorsport - MotoGP, DTM, Formula E and the ultimate challenge, the Le Mans 24 Hour Race.
Their motorsport systems are available with active antennas. These are powered via the RF cable and have a built-in AGC allowing extremely thin (RG316 2.8mm diameter) cables to be used instead of large, inflexible low-loss cables required with passive systems. This minimises rigging time and weight.