GatesAir AES-192 Solution
Signal transport over IP
This end-to-end, interoperable solution for transporting AES-192 signals over IP gives broadcasters the first truly reliable, cost-reducing way to move program audio - and all program-associated data - as a digital composite stereo signal, allowing a seamless migration from legacy analog connections. The complete solution utilizes the Intraplex IP Link and Flexiva FAX exciter at its core. The IP Link, regarded for its robust and feature-rich transport capabilities, is the first codec in the industry to support AES-192 transport over the network. IP Link uses all available networks to ensure audio and data reach their destination intact and without interruption, feeding AES-192 streams directly into the FAX exciter for over-the-air delivery. This eliminates additional processing stages at the transmitter site, allowing broadcasters to safely move those components back to the studio.
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