Multi-format AIC over IP encoder/decoder
AIC is a 19" unit that combines IP encoder and decoder functions in one chassis. It supports all current audio formats and provides solid network streaming connections (DDP, RTP, SIP/SDP) even under difficult conditions. Regional studios can use it for WAN connections to broadcast centers, and the versatile multi-purpose capabilities are ideal for mobile broadcasting units. The AIC features redundancy management with automatic switching to backup sources, monitoring and alarms, and GPS-based latency control for use in SFN FM networks.
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