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The SG-192 offers a dynamic L-R limiter to help mitigate the effects of multipath-induced stereo receiver blending in the absence of clean reception. Interfaces for the exciter include the legacy composite analog signal, or AES composite baseband option with compatible exciters. Inputs can be traditional analog, AES or WheatNet-IP. Wheatstone's baseband192 digital MPX technology samples the baseband up to 192kHz to include the FM composite as well as RDS and SCA up to 67kHz carrier frequency. Adding RDS and SCA to the digital baseband eliminates analog injection of the RDS and SCA carriers into the exciter, which translates to a lower noise floor and less crosstalk between carriers.
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