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Avocent Emerge MPX1000 HD Extender Provides Connectivity

Nov 2, 2006 8:00 AM

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The Avocent Emerge MPX1000 HD multipoint extender provides wired or wireless connectivity for moving high-definition content from one source to one or more destinations incorporating HDMI technology. High-resolution computer graphics, high-definition video, stereo audio, and control data are wirelessly transmitted to as many as eight wireless or LAN-connected receivers.

Audio-video synchronization is maintained at each display, and all wirelessly connected receivers remain in lock step with each other. The Emerge MPX1000 extender includes additional modules for input/output of analog signals (including composite video, component video, computer graphics, and analog audio) or digital HDMI/DVI signals.


  • Wired or wireless extension — Provides installation flexibility for wired or wireless high-definition applications
  • Digital input/output — Supports both HDMI and DVI-D for a completely digital signal from source to display
  • Realtime compression — Allows transmission of either high-resolution computer graphics or digital video over a single device
  • IR control — Allows control to be sent to less expensive devices, as well as either from the transmitter to the displays, or from the displays to the transmitter
  • Low latency — Less than four frames total system latency from input at transmitter to output at the receiver, making the Emerge MPX1000 suitable for live presentations or recorded media
  • Web control interface — Allows remote control and configuration of the system without special software tools
  • Serial interface — Allows integration with third-party control systems
  • Interchangeable antennas — Directional (optional) and omnidirectional (standard) antennas are available to meet application distance requirements.
  • AES 128-bit encryption — Built in for secure wireless connectivity.

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