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Barix Introduces New Features to Instreamer, Exstreamer
Zurich, Switzerland - Sep 15, 2006 - At the NAB Radio Show in Dallas Barix introduced a new programmable software feature for its Instreamer and Exstreamer audio encoding and decoding products. The new feature allows system integrators and OEMs to develop custom applications in a network-, audio- or USB-flash environment. The Instreamer and Extstreamer products can be used for fixed STL, remote pick-ups and audio stream monitoring. With this new software feature these products can also be used to schedule announcers, for call sign generators, or network or input and output triggered alarming devices.
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