Handheld spectrum analyzer
N9340B: The New N9340B Handheld Spectrum Analyzer with bright display and powerful new features boosts field test productivity, saves time and reduces the cost of maintenance. The N9340B covers a frequency range from 100kHz to 3GHz and is designed for field tests such as interference analysis, spectrum monitoring and on-site repair. Operation in diverse conditions is possible with the new 6.5” TFT color screen and back-lit keys, indoors or out. Other new features include: spectrogram, spectrum emission mask, USB Power Sensors support, and AM/FM and ASK/FSK modulation analysis. It also offers remote control over USB and LAN for remote operations.
Nagra LB: Compact and versatile, the Nagra LB is a two-track recorder. It is a 16/24-bit device with an Ethernet connection and Bluetooth communication. Sampling frequencies of up to 192kHz are available depending on the application desired. This portable recorder can record and edit the material in the field and return it to the studio over the GSM network by means of the Bluetooth communication with a mobile phone. It can be connected directly to the Internet through its Ethernet port. Files can be immediately transferred over IP, representing an easy way of putting music and other recordings onto the Web. The microphone inputs are fitted with a special integrated vortex filter to virtually eliminate wind noise. They are equipped with linkable audio limiters, +48V phantom powering and independent sensitivity selection switches. An AES digital input can also be fed to a dedicated XLR connector.
Streaming services: This streaming service uses an Ogg Vorbis encoder to produce higher quality audio at lower bit-rates. Combined with the Stream On audio player, listeners can enjoy Ogg-quality audio within their Web browsers. Plug audio into the streaming appliance and Stream On configures and maintains the stream. There are no encoder licensing costs, viruses or maintenance required. The audio player program is independent, requiring no media player.
Merlin: The Merlin is designed to provide sophisticated changeover of audio signals, such as stereo pairs and even FM multiplex and video composite signals. Incoming signals are constantly monitored and if a fault is detected on the signal applied to a set input, it will switch to a stand-by source. Up to seven internal relays can be associated to the audio switching for further alarm signalling, external signal routing, starting CD players, etc. The delay times before switching and before returning to the normal state are easily set by trimmers and jumpers. The Merlin features both XLR balanced and RCA audio inputs for an easier connection to either professional or consumer equipment. Each pair of RCA inputs can be also reverted to unbalanced foldback outputs. The balanced XLR output stage incorporates high-current line drivers capable to always deliver optimal signals even down long cable runs and with low load impedance.
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Ipod mixer and recorder
Tune Studio: Belkin's Tune Studio for Ipod is the first four-channel audio mixer that records directly to an Ipod. This mixer allows the input of up to four different instruments or audio sources, and records the audio at 44kHz quality onto an Ipod for instant playback.
Digital audio distribution
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My Player MPE: Accessible through any Web browser, My Play MPE is an innovative way for independent record labels and artists to deliver their releases over the Internet directly to radio station program directors, music directors and others with speed and security. My Play MPE places control in the hands of users by allowing independent record labels to instantly post songs for consideration for radio station airplay through a self-serve automated system.
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