South Plainfield, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/03/2017 -- Radiant Communications Corporation is proud to offer its VL4500 series of MPEG-2 encoders for those in Public, Education, and Government (PEG) broadcasting as well as organizations with FTTX setups. MPEG-2 is the most commonly used video file format in broadcasting today, making an MPEG-2 encoder an essential piece of equipment. Organizations who need to purchase new equipment, replace old equipment or upgrade their current equipment are encouraged to view the products in the VL4500 series.
The VL4500 HD encoders include many useful features, and there are models that will suit each organization's needs. Not only can it encode MPEG-2 video files, but it can also encode files in H.264 format. Files can be input using either a USB device or SATA drive for ease of broadcast regardless of where the files are stored. It also features the ability to add a subtitle stream to assist hearing impaired viewers.
Each MPEG 2 encoder is compact and lightweight, taking up little space in the 1RU rack. Several models have HD to SD down-conversion, and the VL4521 model also offers SD to HD up-conversion. Available outputs are either IP and QAM or IP and ASI. The durable equipment can operate at temperatures as low as 0 degrees Celsius or as high as 50 degrees Celsius, making it suitable for any environment.
Customers who are in need of telecommunications equipment, including HD encoders, are invited to visit Radiant Communications Corporation's website at https://rccfiber.com/ and browse their available products. Customers who wish to speak with a representative about which unit is right for them, or to receive a product quote should call 1-888-412-0124.
About Radiant Communications Corporation
Radiant Communications Corporation designs and manufactures products that transport data, audio, and video signals through Ethernet cables, fiber optics, and the Internet. Their systems are used throughout the world by a variety of television networks and telecommunication firms, as well as government and private institutes. Founded in 1985, they have created technology that has been used at the New York Stock Exchange, the 1998 Winter Olympics, and a variety of airports. Their staff works closely with the client in designing a product and provide technical support throughout its lifespan.