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IP codecs

A new generation of STL grade audio codecs for studio-to-transmitter links and audio distribution applications, Genie codecs are designed for the latest digital IP broadcast networks. Genie is a DSP-based six-channel STL and audio distribution IP codec, capable of sending 50 audio streams with multiple levels of power, audio and network redundancy. IP audio is delivered over wireless 3G and 4G IP networks, wired LANs, WANs, the Internet, satellite IP, Wi-Max and Wi-Fi. Genie is specifically designed for 365/24/7 operation over mission-critical audio paths throughout IP broadcast networks. Use Genie for: STL, studio-to-studio, stereo with separate low-latency full duplex IFB communications, multiple unicast connections, 5.1 Surround or 6-channel audio distribution (via expansion card), and receiving IP audio streams from remote broadcast codecs.
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