You could search for a video multiplexer for survellance. Maybe something like this would work?http://www.pelikanca...ikancam/pqm.htm
4 of those connected to 4 big monitors with HDMI to DVI or straight DVI if the TV or monitor has that.
So you would have to get baseband video to it, split it off somewhere run coax to BNC into these things if your already putting this IN the headend. But sounds like you have 1 RF cable in, looks like you will need 64 digital boxes each provisoned and tuned to a channel to get composite video out (16 for each one of these video multiplexer's). Yikes! Power, heat, RF levels, inventory, provisioning, space considerations, cabling... surely not an integrated solution you were thinking of.
If your in the central office but like in another area or floor of the building, and running 64 coax from the headend portion of the building is too much, you could always multiplex 16 baseband video signals over a single mode fiber. Then you just have to run 4 fibers to your office or callcenter or whatever in the building where you can demultiplex back to baseband video to run into these multiplexers.http://comlaninc.com...r/id/10/cl-1632
Or wait better yet put the multiplexer in the headend cabled up there, and run some kind of DVI or HDMI to fiber and run ONE cable per TV (16 channels) to your office or call center where you hang the monitors on a wall or arm to monitor everything. This solution still uses 4 fibers for 4 TV's for 64 channels. But it centrializes the multiplexers and all 64 cables in the headend as long as you have rack space or an area to put this stuff.http://www.multidyne...m?ProductID=235
Now if this is in a different physical location completely, then I don't know!
Edited by cypherstream, 25 May 2012 - 04:56 AM.