Crown Broadcast RFBA-1, RFBA-1MA


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An AM/FM/WR broadcast receiver specifically designed to fill multiple needs, the RFBA-1 comes standard with three receivers built into a 1RU chassis. The RFBA-1 is configurable to accommodate any mix of FM and AM stations plus NOAA Weather Radio. It is a simple-to-deploy, highly sensitive, fully DSP-based monitor system. Being fully frequency agile in all receivers via display meets receiving needs for use as a translator receiver, EAS monitor or on-air monitor. The RFBA-1MA offers full DSP-based modulation monitoring for all three receivers. The unit can be fully controlled via Ethernet connection. Other features include PC-based user interface, programmable output relay, firmware updates via USB port, RDS encoder and decoder. Upgrades to allow for modulation monitor, ability to increase single tuner to receive two weather radio signals and potential future ability to stream audio via Ethernet.
800-262-8919
fmsales@irec1.com
www.crownbroadcast.com


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