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Harris to Unveil New Sage Endec at NAB2007
Cincinnati - Apr 10, 2007 - Harris show a new version of the Sage Endec EAS encoder/decoder. The new version handles analog and digital signals for EAS distribution and adds remote control capabilities for studio-to-transmitter communications. IP connectivity also is added to allow broadcasters to use standard network components for log printing, which will eliminate the need to buy the thermal paper required for traditional EAS systems with built-in printers.
An analog-to-digital converter can be purchased for broadcasters who need a multiple-channel ready EAS platform for multicast channels, but prefer to retain their existing EAS platforms.
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