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Inovonics INOmini 633
FM/RDS monitor receiver
This sensitive and selective FM and FM/RDS receiver ranges from a simple confidence monitor to a rebroadcast receiver in FM translator (re-broadcast) service. The 633 also decodes and displays data from most RDS/RBDS data groups. In addition, it supplies a raw RadioData stream from a front-panel USB port to be used with supplied software and any PC for further monitoring, logging, qualification and analysis of the RDS/RBDS data groups. It features alarm tallies for carrier and audio loss, analog L/R and AES digital line outs, and displays and exports important RDS info for logging.
What the judges had to say:
■ "The front-panel USB gives me the data feed I needed."
■ "Data logging -- I can really use that."
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