Outside Broadcast & Connectivity Solutions
At Streaming Tank we know that our clients can choose some pretty diverse locations for their events so we have a suite of connectivity solutions to ensure we have the flexibility to stream from anywhere. We can provide satellite trucks and dishes for internet streaming and point-to-point connectivity. Or you can make use of our LiveU-trained engineers with mobile 3/4G connectivity units – they can even stream on the move!
If you already have a video and sound team in place you can utilise our connectivity solutions as a standalone service. Or we can integrate connectivity into an end-to-end service and also deliver your onsite video production and live streaming.
We’ve used our technology to provide robust HD streaming for sporting events, gigs and brand events to viewers around the globe..
Outside Broadcast Trucks
For bigger productions or locations with poor network signals, we make use of our outside broadcast trucks which all feature KA and KU satellite and LiveU Xtenders to provide reliable high speed connectivity.
All our trucks are self sufficient with integrated power generation and fully stocked with a range of live production, video editing and sound equipment including:
- LiveU LU200, LU500 and LU600 and Xtenders
- BlackMagic ATEM Television Studio
- BlackMagic Terranex 2D
- BlackMagic HyperDeck for pro res capture
- Cameras including JVC GY-HM850 HD/SD Camcorders
- Cobham H.264 COFDM Transmitter SD/HD and Cobham PRORXB – Broadcast Receiver Decoder SD/HD
LiveU Mobile Connectivity Units
Streaming Tank have a range of portable LiveU units offering 3G/4G bonded uplink to enable you to broadcast content without the need for an internet line. Smaller, lightweight units such as the LU200 permit camera ops to wear them and move easily. And more robust models like the LU500 can bond up to 8 network connections, while being combined with the LiveU extender and providing up to 20MBPS.
Our LiveU connectivity offering, includes a primary and redundant unit, a trained LiveU engineer and MCR receive of the feed for onward broadcasting.