FM+HD audio processor
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The DSP-based processor includes many tools to create a signature sound.
The presets are created by Omnia users and the Omnia support team.
The upgrades are free to all users and are available via download from the Orban FTP site.
The processing presets were created by Vorsis engineers and Vorsis users.
The 8585's design was built on the Orban Optimod 6300 two-channel processor for digital media.
This processor features two independent channels of low-latency digital signal processing that are customizable through a software program.
The DSPX-AM includes a wideband window-gated AGC, a four-band window-gated AGC and a four-band limiter that is followed by an oversampled distortion-controlled clipper
The system combines System 6000 algorithms with the TC Electronic Powercore platform.
An improved clipper, rescaled limiter and updates to the GUI software are among the audio processor updates.
This latest version expands the VP-8 from two modes to four modes of operation: FM, AM, FM-HD and AM-HD.
Optimized for AM, the processor includes a four-band AGC and four-band limiter.
The four-band processor is suited for studio use or preprocessing.
The processor features a four-band AM processing architecture; analog, AES3 and Livewire I/O, a universal power input; a Web browser remote interface; and selectable low-pass filters appropriate for NRSC, HD Radio AM, or any ITU installation.
The Vorsis AP-2000 is a five-band AGC/compressor and 31-band limiter with specialized algorithms for bass and voice band processing. Its output feeds will accommodate just about any flavor of FM/HD Radio operation.
Unveiled at the 2008 NAB Show, the device actively identifies and removes noise from audio feeds.
Advancement of codec design has allowed lower bit-rates to be employed, and most codecs sound decent at these rates, but they are much more fragile with regards to distortion and susceptible to artifacts.
The DSP Xtreme has a new software version, and two new operating options are available.
ATI worked with Day Sequerra's engineering department to develop the ADAC-2, a two-channel, 24-bit, 192kHz analog-to-digital, digital-to-analog and sample-rate converter.
When I began evaluating surround technology, I had a number of mandates to fulfill as the technology specialist for CPRN, and its flagship stations, KVOD-FM Denver, and KUSC-FM Los Angeles. CPRN provides 24-hour broadcast programming and Internet streaming for its 60 public radio station network, as well as HD Radio programming distributed through NPR.
File Catalyst 2.0 is a software-based application that uses UDP to transfer files and data more reliably than basic FTP. The File Catalyst server and client system compresses data to reduce payloads and maximize bandwidth.
Neural Audio demonstrated several technologies at the NAB Radio Show last week.
It became clear that by using the Neustar software directly on the HD Radio Importer we could maximize our multicasting capabilities beyond the two channels available using dedicated hardware.