Token Creek + Cobalt Digital... HD Hits The Road
October 23, 2012
Token Creek will roll out the newest member of its mobile fleet in...
...early November furnished with an extensive complement of Cobalt Digital’s sophisticated signal processing gear. The truck, named Chippewa, will predominantly cater to sports events. “We’re building this truck to accommodate the growing demand for more vehicles with HD infrastructures, especially within sporting applications,” said John Salzwedel, Token Creek’s president. “We made our equipment choices based on numerous factors, including performance and technological advancement, but we were particularly influenced by the reliability of Cobalt’s products and the support we’ve received from their exceptional sales and technical support staff.”
Chippewa will be Token Creek’s fourth truck. Beck Associates, a television systems integrator, is building the mobile unit in its Pflugerville, Texas, location. Cobalt’s new award-winning HPF-9000 High Power Frames will comprise the core of the truck’s infrastructure and be populated with HD-SDI reclocking, MADI and audio DAs; frame syncs; and the Company’s 9901-UDX-HD 3G up/down/cross converters with 16 channels of AES embedding and color correction software.
Token Creek, headquartered in Waunakee, Wisconsin, travels the country covering college and professional sports for major networks.