Orban Optimod-FM 8600 Digital MPX
The Optimod-FM 8600 Digital MPX provides a digital composite output using a 192kHz AES3 connection. This output appears on a male XLR-type connector on the breakout cable supplied with the Optimod. This output is fully compatible with and interoperable with the de-facto industry standard digital connection being implemented by transmitter manufacturers and others. A new wordclock/sync reference input appears on a female BNC jack at the end of the breakout cable that connects to the digital composite connector. V2 hardware also provides two new SCA inputs on BNC jacks.
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