RTcom USA Introduces DVI and Audio Super Extender Products that Allow High Definition Video, Audio Signals to be Extended Noise -Free Up to 1,000 Meters

RDSEA Series Sends Signals Ground-Breaking Distances for Digital Signage, Kiosk Uses

Las Vegas, (January 8, 2009) - RTcom USA Inc., provider of digital connectivity solutions for professional and consumer audio -visual and personal computer systems, announces a revolutionary Digital Video Interface (DVI) and audio transmitter -receiver series of products designed to send display graphic signals to remote locations, making the series an ideal solution to applications such as digital signage and kiosk displays.


RTcom USA's RDSEA Series products are unique fiber optic transmitters and receivers ensure high -definition, noise -free extension up to 1,000 meters. The extension system consists of one transmitter, which sends DVI and audio signals through four -stand multimode fiber optic cables, and a receiver, which splits this fiber data into two DVI and audio signals. The transmitter can then be "daisy -chained," which is a technique where transmitted signals go to the next receiver, then to the next, and so on.


The RDSEA series is an easier solution to applications such as:
• Indoor and outdoor display systems
• Broadcast systems
• Kiosks
• Information systems

"RTcom designed the DVI and audio super extender series to provide installers with a simple solution to display signals even when the sources are in remote locations," said Joon Ryu, president of RTcom USA. "System designers can daisy -chain long distance connections with as many as 100 receivers, allowing the RDSEA Series to accommodate any size application from simple indoor video displays to large broadcast systems."

Among the RDSEA series' other features are:
DVI Data transmission speed: 1.65 Gbps (single link)
Maximum resolution: WUXGA(1920*1200), HDTV 1920*1080p@60Hz
Input/output connector: DVI -D / LC /OPTICAL /RCA JACK
Optic source: 850nm
Optic cable: 4 core 50/125 um LC multimode
Power supply: DC 12V, 3A Adapter
Dimensions: RDSEA -100: 163mm*162mm*30mm (WxDxH)
RDSEA -121: 247mm*160mm*30mm (WxDxH)

Customers in U.S. can purchase the products through Aurora Multimedia at (732) 591 -5800 or sales@auroramultimedia.com, and international customers can purchase them directly from RTcom USA, Inc. at (973) 383 -4878 or rtcomusa@earthlink.net.

About RTcom USA
RTcom USA Inc., headquartered in Sparta, N.J., is a leading manufacturer of professional digital A/V and PC connectivity products in the digital connectivity market. As an industry pioneer, RTcom USA works closely with the major international standards -setting bodies to develop and tailor its products for the needs of system integrators, home theater consumers and A/V equipment manufacturers. The company's products, sold under the Digital Extender® brand, include fiber optic DVI/HDMI extension systems, HDTV switchers, distribution amplifiers, matrix routers, signal converters, digital cables and adapters. Since its founding in 2001, RTcom USA has maintained manufacturing and R&D facilities in the U.S. and Korea. Visit www.digitalextender.com for more information.

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