AETA Audio Systems ScoopFone HD
The ScoopFone HD is a professional mobile phone that integrates 3.1kHz 2G telephone calls into the broadcast chain and offers significant audio quality increase to 7kHz/HD Voice in 3G/UMTS mobile networks. HD Voice delivers higher quality voice transmissions by extending the frequency of range of traditional or narrowband voice calls (300Hz to 3400Hz) out to wideband audio ranges (50Hz to 7kHz). The 7kHz wideband sound quality allows the full signature character of the reporter's voice to be heard. Three ScoopFone HD units combined in a studio or a remote vehicle rack allow high broadcasting quality at the receiving end and complete the ScoopFone HD lineup. Its broadcast specification input and output interfaces with full RF shielding of all audio circuits ensure interference free audio. The digital nature of the system provides complete separation of the send and return circuits - each with its own dedicated audio connection. Remote control is available through an Ethernet interface.
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