Deva Broadcast DB5000
The DB5000 recovers additional inaudible RDS information transmitted by stations and operates in accordance with all European RDS and American RBDS standards and specifications. The device is made up of two sections: Purely digital RDS demodulator module with cascaded antialiasing and 8th order bandpass filter for precise RDS band selection and a demodulating section that performs the extraction of RDS data stream coming from the MPX composite and direct 57kHz input and built-in FM Stereo tuner module with own RDS/RBDS decoder for off-air reception. The DB5000 can be used like a very simple spectrum analyzer for remote investigating the FM Band via the Internet. The composite port is suitable for connecting to any MPX output of any FM receiver or modulation monitor.
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