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Continental Electronics 802Ex

Digital FM/HD exciter
Continental Electronics
802Ex: This next-generation exciter is a one-box HD Radio product incorporating embedded exporter and exciter technology. The 802EX is based on future-focused digital technology that advances performance beyond other FM digital exciters, makes HD Radio much simpler to install and configure, and enhances the FM/HD Radio experience through the application of soft updates and firmware plug-ins. Standard in all 802EX exciters are Continental's fully-adaptive, real-time, forward precorrection, allowing changes in transmitter or RF system performance to be automatically sensed and corrected; software-selectable HD Radio power levels of -20dB, -10dB or any power level in between; Hi-res color LCD screen for maximum clarity and accuracy; built-in stereo generator; built-in audio delay (up to 16.4 seconds); synchronization, using GPS 10MHz signal; multiple AES3 digital audio inputs; AES3 audio output; standard composite input and two baseband SCA inputs.
800-733-5011
www.contelec.com
sales@contelec.com


Asset management
Dalet Digital Media
Dalet Plus 3.0: Dalet Plus is an asset management platform designed for HD production workflows and archiving for news, sports and programs, as well multimedia content creation and distribution to Web, Mobile and VOD platforms. Integrated powerful production tools to ingest, produce, play-out and archive are packaged into four offerings: Dalet Enterprise Edition, Dalet News Suite, Dalet Media Library and Dalet Radio Suite HD. Version 3.0 Dalet solutions will include features such as integrated CG production in the Dalet timeline; a new Dalet Dashboard for system-wide monitoring and analysis; native integration with Sea Change video servers; and new ingest technology based on cost effective IT servers.
212-825-3322
www.dalet.com
sales@us.dalet.com


Dayton Industrial Corp AFC3

EAS receiver
Dayton Industrial Corp
AFC3: The company's line of receivers is designed for professional or EAS monitoring. Three receivers for NOAA, AM, FM or public service band are housed in a 1RU case. The AFC3 contains a front-panel audio selector switch, mounted small speaker and headset outputs controlled by a volume control. Also mounted on the front panel are LED indicators that indicate carrier and modulation activity for each receiver. An alert indicator and test/reset switch is mounted on the front panel for those receivers that use alert tone detectors, such as the weather and public-service monitors. The rear panel contains outputs for the receivers. The receiver uses a 12V power source.
941-351-4454
www.daytonindustrial.com
sales@daytonindustrial.com


Digital Alert Systems Dasdac

Digital EAS encoder/decoder
Digital Alert Systems
Dasdac: The Dasdec is a new IP-based, FCC certified, EAS encoder/decoder and EAS character generator controller. Remote operation using a Web browser over a LAN comes standard. The Dasdec is a Linux-controlled PC design featuring the latest communications methods with the ability to interface to any digital communications platform. Dasdec provides a bridge between existing EAS compliance and emerging EAS methods.
520-896-0303
www.digitalalertsystems.com
info@digitalalertsystems.com




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