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Optiview Series III workgroup analyzer: This new always-on Workgroup Analyzer identifies every device, application and connection on the network. It addresses the issue of maintaining network performance even as new technologies and new services require infrastructure changes at central and remote locations. Located centrally, multiple users can access the workgroup analyzer at the same time. Alternatively, the workgroup analyzer can act as a virtual network engineer. By sending a unit to remote locations when needed and analyzing the data centrally, organizations can save the time and money that would be spent sending an expert to the problem site.
LTI Blox: A scaled down, compact, mono audio version of the Rapcohorizon LTI-1 stereo interface, the LTI Blox accepts stereo 3.5mm audio from portable audio devices and provides a single mono balanced XLR output for input into professional mixing consoles. Featuring a 3.5mm connector on a three-foot cable, the LTI Blox has volume control and balanced XLR outputs.
Combined media optictransport system
Light Viper Shadow: The Shadow is designed for live sound and broadcast production, fixed media installations and remote recording applications. The 2.5GHz system will handle a variety of media, including audio, intercom, Ethernet, RS-422/232/485 control, composite video and TTL data. With optional component modules, DMX lighting control, MIDI, CANBUS and other control data can also be handled. The Shadow's modular components may be used independently or in combination to achieve a virtually unlimited variety of system designs for transporting various media data over a fiber optic network.
Real-time noise reduction
Auto Audio Denoizer: The Auto Audio Denoizer performs real-time, on-the-fly automatic noise reduction. It will preserve the main signal characteristics of audio even while substantial noise removal is applied. It incorporates sophisticated tracking algorithms, enabling live recordings to filter out noise automatically. Based on a proprietary, patent-pending ATC Labs algorithm that employs state-of-the-art signal processing and psychoacoustic modeling techniques to perceptually weigh the audio and noise components, the ATC Labs Auto Audio Denoizer ensures that even under poor signal-to-noise ratio conditions, there is no compromise or distortion of the original audio source during noise removal. A free trial version can be downloaded.
Dual Input FM antenna
Lynx Series II: The LYNX Series FM Antenna is a field proven method of implementing simulcast FM IBOC operations. It combines the analog and IBOC signals in the antenna array, which is the most power efficient combining method. The new design features improved isolation of greater than 40dB, and improved input match for both the analog and digital signals. This improved isolation is part of ERI's continuing program to improve product performance and is particularly significant as the FCC considers the NAB's request to increase allowable power levels for the FM IBOC signal.
Digital microphone packages
Broadcaster IFB and ENG: Zaxcom's Broadcaster IFB package includes four TRX900AA transceivers with integrated IFB functionality, one IFB100 transmitter, one RX4900 single-rack receiver unit with four receivers and other accessories required to support the wireless transmission of broadcast-quality audio, 2.4GHz IFB signals and RF remote control. The ENG Package is comprised of one TRX900AA with internal recording and IFB support, one STA100 stereo adaptor, one stereo receiver and one IFB100 transmitter.
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