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July 26th, 2017

ETL's Griffin Series' Flexible Redundancy is Worth Repeating L-band and ASI Signals 

ETL Systems will be demonstrating their Griffin Redundancy Switch, along with other solutions at the upcoming IBC2017 at booth 1.A33 from September 15-19. 

ETL's Griffin series provides signal redundancy for satellite modulators, downconverters, or modems, enabling switching to a standby path when an error occurs.  The switching can be triggered by the front panel, upon RF level detection, alarm contacts or connected to a Network Monitoring Solution. Minimal impact is from failure is reinforced by hot-swap switch modules. 
The Griffin Redundancy Switch can be used for both downlink and uplink applications, and can handle RF and ASI signal types. At IBC, ETL will be demonstrating how it can help broadcasters ensure continual feeds.
Andrew Bond, Sales and Marketing Director, ETL Systems said that broadcasters are under increasing pressure to provide content anywhere and anytime, often delivered to multiple platforms. In this highly competitive environment, having redundancy in place is becoming increasingly important. This solution makes that easy, while being flexible for a multitude of different applications.
The Griffin Redundancy Switch offers three switch module types, which can be mixed and matched within the unit to provide flexibility for different application types. The ASI module, which is particularly pertinent for video streaming, caters for ASI/SD, SDI/HD and SDI/3G-SDI signal types.
ETL Systems will be demonstrating the Griffin Redundancy Switch, along with other solutions, on its booth (1.A33) at IBC from 15th – 19th September.