Deva Broadcast DB4000
DB4000 permanently monitors the quality and continuity of up to 50 FM stations with features such as TCP/IP connectivity, audio streaming and automatic alerts on out of predefined ranges in regards with the ITU-R. In case of any faults in the transmission the maintenance staff will be alerted via e-mail or SMS. It allows the monitoring of RDS/RBDS and some other signal parameters from anywhere. With the external Audio Stream Server option you can even listen to, skim and record the audio from any station.
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