The 28-day relay across Shaanxi Province began on Aug. 16 in Xi’an, with the final leg delivering the flame to the Xi’an Olympic Sports Center on Sept. 12. SXBC used eight TVU One backpacks to provide real-time footage of the torch bearers on the final day. Live coverage was sent back to the International Broadcasting Center (IBC), which shared the footage with the national audience. TVU Ones were also used to transmit 4K footage of a number of qualifying matches, and supported live broadcasting throughout the National Games.
Now in its sixth generation, the TVU One mobile transmitter can transmit live, broadcast-quality video from any location by aggregating all available data connections, including cellular, WiFi, Ethernet, and satellite with sub-second latency. It features HEVC video compression and TVU’s patented Inverse StatMux Plus (IS+) transmission algorithm to provide reliable video with less overhead.