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Omnia Now Offering Omnia One AM
AM broadcasters can now take advantage of Omnia One AM, which features processing topology, including a wideband AGC/leveler followed by four bands of AGC and a separate (not integrated) four-band limiter section with shared precision linear crossover. Omnia One AM also includes an advanced, NRSC compliant, distortion-managed final limiter/clipper with selectable low-pass filters that support AM HD Radio transmission installations -- the same as used in the Omnia One's bigger siblings.
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