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PTX100-DDS uses DSP technology complying with all EC, FCC and CCIR standards. It features a built-in digital stereo coder, ITU professional limiter and on-board RDS, and AES/EBU, L/R, mono and MPX inputs, auxiliary inputs for SCA/RDS signals. It is completely microprocessor controlled, easy to program via menu or RS-232, and all main parameters are displayed on the LCD screen. It interfaces with all RVR telemetry systems to guarantee simple remote control of operating parameters.
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