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Deva Broadcast DB7007
Radio re-broadcast receiver
Thanks to the built-in monitoring system, upon audio loss at the inputs, the DB7007 will send a notification and automatically switch to the back-up RF chain. In case of a failure of the back-up, the DB7007 will switch to the incorporated IP stream, MP3/AAC back-up audio source player. The audio files and playlists can be uploaded in the device's internal memory directly from a PC, via any FTP client. When the signal at the default input is restored, the DB7007 will automatically switch back to it. Several types of alarm notifications are utilized: e-mail, SNMP and SMS. The DB7007 has an easy-to-read, high-resolution OLED graphical display, front-panel alarm indicators and ultra-bright bar graph with up to 40 LED segment indicators that allow reading at a glance of the MPX, left and right audio and the RF level. The IF bandwidth filters guarantees unprecedented signal selectivity, while the difficult adjacent-channel problem will be completely solved.
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