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AM/FM broadcast monitor
This AM/FM broadcast monitor offers a number of advanced features in a compact package. Remotely controllable through Davicom's MAC line of intelligent site monitoring systems, the FMBM can also be manually configured and operated. It features: synthesized tuning, non-volatile configuration storage, on-site monitoring of transmitter power, off-air monitoring of receive signal strength, FM deviation measurement and alarms, carrier frequency measurement and alarms, RDS/RBDS decoding, balanced audio output on back panel and headphone output on front, all alarm levels are settable by the user, locally or remotely, full remote control and monitoring through any Davicom MAC with USB interface, alarm contacts for stereo absence, high/low deviation, low power, carrier frequency, and drift. Designed for full and easy integration into the MAC's powerful control and monitoring structure, the FMBM gives the benefit of remotely monitoring the key RF parameters of an AM or FM transmitter to ensure regulatory compliance.
What the Pick Hits judges had to say:
"It's so compact; so much info in a small space."
"I can really use the multiple alarm outputs."
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