Telit and LiveU enable 5G live video streaming

August 28, 2020 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Telit and LiveU enable 5G live video streaming
The Telit FN980 5G data card series is ideal for 4K/8K video and other bandwidth-intensive, mission-critical applications that need 3GPP Rel. 15 features.

Telit has announced that its FN980 5G data card series is part of LiveU's 5G-powered video streaming for live news and sports productions.

The LU800 system from LiveU supports 4Kp60 10-bit HDR video, which highlights how the Telit FN980 5G series enables OEMs to immediately leverage all the advanced capabilities in the newly ratified 3GPP Rel. 15 standard.

Each LiveU LU800 field production unit supports up to four high-res, fully frame-synced camera feeds. The LU800 uses patented HEVC bonding technology and a LiveU Reliable Transport (LRT™) protocol with up to eight embedded 5G (or 4G) modems to achieve 70 Mbps HEVC live video encoding. This architecture enables the LU800 to support resolutions as high as 4Kp60 10-bit HDR and up to 16 audio channels.

Designed from the ground up to unlock 5G potential, the unit offers unparalleled quality of service and resiliency. The LU800 product series accommodates any customer need or production scenario with multi- and single-camera variants.

Designed and certified for global use, the FN980 series incorporates support for the scenarios prescribed in the new 3GPP Rel. 15 standard. The FN980 series enables OEMs to take immediate advantage of Gigabit LTE networks and future-proof their products for 5G. The industrial-grade M.2 form factor is ideal for space-constrained devices and mission-critical business applications that demand maximum reliability. The FN980 series offers 5G sub-6 and mmWave, SA and NSA operations, and 4G Cat 20, up to 7CA, 256 QAM DL/UL, 2CA UL, making the series ideal for real-time broadcasting and live-streaming video applications. The FN980 series is an ideal choice for the LU800 all-in-one-production field unit when LiveU expands into 5G regions.

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