South Plainfield, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/27/2017 -- Local access television providers, also referred to as public, educational and government access (PEG) networks, need affordable, reliable equipment to broadcast their content. Radiant Communications Corporation has everything that these organizations need, including MPEG2 video encoders, fiber patch panels and RFoG/PON insertion devices. With round-the-clock support, customers who choose to purchase their equipment from Radiant Communications Corporation will have peace of mind if they need assistance at any time.
One essential component for a new fiber optic network setup is an RFoG/PON insertion device, such as the QRF-5000. Organizations who are looking to upgrade their equipment will be pleased to know that the device works with all of their existing equipment. It is compatible with both single node and multiple node QAM applications. The user-friendly interface allows even less tech-savvy users to easily insert their content.
PEG networks that want to stream high-quality content to their viewers may also take advantage of Radiant Communication Corporation's HD and MPEG-2 encoders. The VL4500 series of encoders require less energy than a light bulb to run and produce very little heat, making them an economical choice. They are able to encode both HD and SD content depending on the needs of the organization using it while providing them the versatility to switch at any time. Some models also have the option to down-convert, allowing users on legacy applications to view content originally broadcast in HD.
Local access networks who are looking to set up their station for the first time or who are looking to upgrade their existing equipment are encouraged to view all of the available products from Radiant Communications Corporation at https://rccfiber.com/.
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.