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RCS Releases Updated HD Radio Importer
White Plains, NY - May 21, 2007 - RCS has released its newest version of the RCS HD Importer. It is based on the Ibiquity version 2 platform. RCS states that the release is already being used on the air in New York, Denver and Cincinnati, OH.
The software importer receives its time information via the TCP/IP connection, so a GPS feed is not needed. It adjusts its time relative to the exporter.
The Importer 2 uses the same WAV driver model that the company's Nexgen Digital uses. The update also allows users to create multicast channels through the software interface. The user defines the bandwidth and audio source for the stream. The software also supports PSD information, so title and artist information is also transmitted to the HD Radio receiver's display.
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