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Teradek Beam


Designed to provide uncompromising video quality at incredible distances, the Beam H.264 transmitter is perfect for ENG backhaul and moving vehicle applications


The Teradek Beam is a full HD camera-back H.264 encoder, capable of delivering stunning video at bit rates up to 50Mbps (Transmitting above 30Mbps requires using the LAN port.). Beam utilizes the unlicensed 5GHz band and can transmit video up to 2500ft with just 2 frames of latency. Whether the job requires a wireless link back to the OB Van or an MPEG-TS stream back to the station, Beam gives broadcasters unparalleled flexibility in the field.

Product testers have been taken back by the extremely high quality of the encoded pictures that Beam sends. It's an essential product for broadcast crews that don't have the time or opportunity to lay cables for run and gun type interviews. The stability of the wireless connection and the range of transmission make it ideal for producing dynamic news reports.


Teradek Beam Accessories

We also stock the complete range of official Teradek Beam accessories. For more information please visit our Teradek Accessories and Bits page.

Teradek Antenna Array for Beam, Bolt 600 and Bolt 2000 receivers

Teradek Antenna Array for Beam, Bolt 600 and Bolt 2000 receivers

  • Panel Antenna Array
  • 5GHz 3x16dBi 2x14 dBi Black with with a receiver mounting bracket
  • 5GHz MIMO panel antenna designed for use with Beam, Bolt 600 and Bolt 2000 receivers
  • Offers a more resilient wireless transmission, especially in challenging RF conditions

(it will not increase range)

Normally ships in 10 to 14 days.
One year warranty included!


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