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Axel Technology Wolf
FM measurement system
Wolf measures and certifies signal alteration and decay through the broadcast path, and reports real-time information and alerts whenever any detected parameters should be under the selected threshold, eventually switching between main and emergency sources. In typical broadcast installations a master Wolf unit is placed at the end of the on-air studio audio path, and constantly compares all the signals to the Wolf slave units, situated on each local antenna tower; each local unit performs accurate audio monitoring, and manages complex changeover features both for local and studio audio signals. Wolf also features complete RDS filter/splitting management, built-in RBDS and MPX decoders and a wide range of I/O connections, both analog and digital.
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